Giving Up Control: Putting Everything In The Cloud

Giving Up Control: Putting Everything In The Cloud Steve Wozniak is not an ordinary tech user. Probably, he may not be the best in the world, but he a pretty good idea of tech matter, something most of know from the success of Apple Inc. However, Steve Wozniak is not slow in allaying his fears regarding what he terms of ‘loss of control’, originating from over-reliance on cloud computing. Most of the fears are based…

Negotiating Tips On Software-As-A-Service Contracts

Software-As-A-Service Contracts More often than not, people don’t ask questions. However, when it comes to negotiating a SaaS contract, it pays if a customer asks. In general, a client mustn’t be ashamed to ask even the simplest question. With the increasing popularity of cloud computing, IT administrators and Chief Information Officers will often find themselves dealing SaaS solutions providers. According to Gartner, it expects SaaS revenues from around the world to reach $14.5 billion for…

5 Ways To Compute Cloud Computing ROI

5 Ways To Compute Cloud Computing ROI Cloud computing is quickly becoming a standard for business organizations, big or small. Everywhere you look in the industry cloud computing is being praised as the go to solution for companies trying to save money on IT costs and leverage their business processes to increase profits and probably save time too. But it is seldom shown how cloud computing benefits companies in terms of return on investment (ROI).…

Music Cloud Services Go Head To Head

Music Cloud Services Go Head To Head

Music Cloud Services Go Head To Head Music cloud services have become hugely popular. These digital music lockers are making people pay for music again, and why not? These huge music libraries in the cloud have pretty much every song you could ever want. That is an amazing amount of convenience, made even better by the fact it streams to nearly any device. Music lovers can have high-quality streamed music with actually downloading it. Music…

The Cloud Build Up: Findings From Gartner’s Cloud Hype Cycle 2012

The Cloud Build Up: Findings From Gartner’s Cloud Hype Cycle 2012

The Cloud Build Up: Findings From Gartner’s Cloud Hype Cycle 2012 Ventures today are on the verge of modifying their overall cloud-purchase conduct. The said has been prompted primarily by the diverse range of available operational options offered by the cloud technology providers including pace of implementation, associated finances and requirement-adaptation dynamics. Conversely, ventures still are distant from entirely giving up their conventional models and applications in favour of making space for the cloud; a recent study…

Music Industry Grows Thanks To The Cloud

Music Industry Grows Thanks To The Cloud It is widely known that when it comes to trying to solve the music piracy problem, the music industry closed the gate after the horse bolted. For years CDs and tapes (remember those?) were overpriced, and then re-released with one extra track. In my youth I spent my pocket money on music. A CD single was about £4.99 for one or two songs, and an album never less…

How You Can Take Advantage Of The Cloud

How You Can Take Advantage Of The Cloud IT leaders have accepted the fact that cloud computing is here to stay. Thus, they are agreeable to the idea of moving their operations to the cloud. For cloud computing implementations to be successful, IT and business must be able to collaborate and communicate. According to James Staten of Forrester Research, Chief Information Officers of corporations are the key personnel for the success of cloud services. In…

5 Ways Cloud Computing Is Like Open Source

5 Ways Cloud Computing Is Like Open Source This Looks Familiar When cloud computing was in its very early stages there were very mixed views as to what it would bring to the future of the IT industry. The industry was divided between the proponents of the positive and negative outcomes of cloud computing. This reaction was very much the same when open source was first introduced. During the early 2000’s, during the great open…