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Overcoming Denial In The Cloud

Overcoming Denial In The Cloud One of the most critical aspects of doing business in the cloud is clarity. When mistakes are made it’s often due to mistaken judgments based on information processed in the brain incorrectly. Marketers must read their audience and a company like Cisco must not over pay in their $1.2 billion

The Shifting Role Of IT In Cloud Computing

The Shifting Role Of IT In Cloud Computing The line between cloud computing and information technology is hazy, but it is always safe to say that they complement each other, with cloud computing representing the latest paradigm for remodeling IT services. There are very clear roles of IT in cloud computing technology, which can yield

Cloud Infographic: Who Will Acquire RIM?

Cloud Infographic: Who Will Acquire RIM?

Cloud Infographic: Who Will Acquire RIM? Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC) is the next logical evolution for cloud computing. Though mobile technology is still evolving, especially the operating systems, it is doing so in a very rapid pace. Most modern mobile devices are now sporting capable web browsers mainly due to advances in mobile operating systems done by

Dell Announces Intent to Acquire Wyse Technology

Dell Announces Intent to Acquire Wyse Technology Red Rock, Texas: Apr 02, 2012  Dell today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Wyse Technology, the global leader in cloud client computing, to significantly extend its desktop virtualization offerings. The addition of Wyse will expand Dell’s desktop virtualization capabilities and provide new solutions and services opportunities for the

The Hypothermic Cloud Infrastructure: Maintaining the Blood Flow to Tier 1 & 2 Apps

The Hypothermic Cloud Infrastructure: Maintaining the Blood Flow to Tier 1 & 2 Apps A particular sore spot since the beginning of the rise of cloud infrastructures, even the advent of utility computing is this: how do you forecast and pay for resources and justify costs for problems you don’t have yet? After all, the