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Traditional Networks Vs The Cloud

Traditional Networks Vs The Cloud The Question We all know that cloud computing is the next frontier in business computing and service delivery, but what really differentiates it from the traditional networks and hosting? Cloud computing does not really use new technology, in fact it uses the same technology as in traditional networking. So how

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The Cloud Scares Me, Why Manufacturing Should Think And Work More Like Microsoft!!!

The Cloud Scares Me, Why Manufacturing Should Think and Work More Like Microsoft!!! Supply management and manufacturing is now about data, massive numbers of transactions created and shot through thousands of pathways around complex global information networks most wetware cannot, or would prefer not to imagine. Migraine city! Added to the ordinary business of running

The Distinction Between Software As A Service And Cloud Computing

The Distinction Between Software As A Service And Cloud Computing Software as a service and cloud computing are two terms which are quite becoming popular in the world of computing. These two concepts have a positive outcome in the industry by making use of the internet to beat the conventional computing strategies. Although both concepts

Cloud Computing Standards – is it time?

Cloud Computing Standards – is it time? In a previous article, Top 5 Cloud Computing Trends, I said that an alignment of standards in cloud computing is necessary, since cloud computing is at a relatively early stage of development and its evolution is moving at a high rate of speed. There are many organizations developing

60 Percent Of Organizations Ready To Embrace Cloud Computing – IBM Reports

ARMONK, N.Y. – 17 May 2011: A new IBM (NYSE: IBM) study of more than 3,000 global CIOs shows that 60 percent of organizations are ready to embrace cloud computing over the next five years as a means of growing their businesses and achieving competitive advantage. The figure nearly doubles the number of CIOs who