Cloud Governance Should Be Prioritized

Cloud Governance Should Be Prioritized When businesses move existing applications and resources to the cloud, they always do it in phases, moving the most stable applications first in order to minimize down time. The transition is a slow process which enables users to have enough time to adapt to the new system. Because of this,

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Virtualization Spells “Money” For SMB IT Consultants In 2013

Virtualization Spells “Money” for SMB IT Consultants in 2013 Listen up, SMB IT guys. Consider this: The typical small and medium business server uses about 10% of its computing power. But small businesses continue to segment their servers—one server per core function—as companies like Microsoft, Dell, and HP have recommended for years. And while that’s definitely a best

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4 Whitepapers CIOs Must Read!

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4 Whitepapers CIOs Must Read “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” – Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), author, politician and scientist. At CloudTweaks, we are ardent believers of collecting, and disseminating, knowledge about cloud computing. That is why we have engaged writers from different industries and geographies to offer their unique perspectives on the subject. From info

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Cloud Computing – What Is Ahead!

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Cloud Computing – What is Ahead! Top cloud computing trends of the current year Experts have started to believe that 2013 is going to be the year when enterprises are likely to cease worrying about cloud related security issues, and the market will see increasing popularity of cloud services. These speculations are based on industry

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Cloud Computing Proving To Be Major Resource For Hedge Funds

Cloud Computing Proving to be Major Resource for Hedge Funds As we near the end of Q1 2013, hedge fund managers continue to generate higher returns. Following several years of sub-par performances from global hedge funds, investment managers have turned to cloud computing and infrastructure-as-a-service providers to not only cut costs, but also boost productivity.

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Using The Cloud For Better Business Continuity

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Using The Cloud For Better Business Continuity Planning for your cloud application or website to go down seems like it should be a no brainer. We assume that every business is aptly prepared; in fact most people reading this probably believe theirs is. It is, right? Right? Turns out it only takes one extreme incident

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Tips For Implementing Cloud ERP Software

Tips For Implementing Cloud ERP Software Offering a host of benefits in terms of cost and convenience, cloud ERP is growing in popularity; more and more vendors are offering cloud solutions, which can be customized, for a variety of industries, and needs. However, many companies have made mistakes in implementing cloud ERP systems, and these

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Cloud Infographic: The Cloud Strategy Race

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Cloud Infographic: The Cloud Strategy Race Avere, a data storage company, recently teamed up with Gatepoint Research to look at cloud optimization strategies. The survey found that 80% of respondents have some sort of cloud storage in place. About 37% cited that they use the public cloud, while 35% cited they use a private cloud. Additional survey findings included the following: Respondents place the

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Wall Of Confusion And The DevOps Tea Party

Wall Of Confusion And The DevOps Tea Party As an I.T management model that expands on the Agile Development framework, DevOps has seen much increase in hype in the last two years. In contrast to how Social Media and the Web 2.0 concept defined content generation and content consumption, the collective approach to I.T operations

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Disaster Recovery In The Cloud, Or DRaaS: Revisited

Disaster Recovery In The Cloud, Or DRaaS: Revisited The idea of offering Disaster Recovery services has been around as long as SunGard or IBM BCRS (Business Continuity & Resiliency Services). Disclaimer: I worked for the company that became IBM Information Protection Services in 2008, a part of BCRS. It seems inevitable that Cloud Computing and Cloud Storage

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