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5 Cloud Course Teaching Platforms

5 Cloud Course Teaching Platforms Though Cloud Computing has been in the offing for some years now, its inner core is still enshrouded in a cloak of mystery as people only see the surface. One of the more important sides of the service include the platform, which is useful for teaching the fundamentals of the

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Free eBook: HP Converged Infrastructure For Dummies

Free eBook: HP Converged Infrastructure For Dummies

Free eBook: HP Converged Infrastructure For Dummies Are you ready to accelerate the value of IT in your business? Would you like to simplify your data center and your IT processes so you can focus on innovating for the future rather than being mired in the past? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Everyone in the IT arena

Leverage Social CRM, Billing To Better Engage And Understand Your Customers

Leverage Social CRM, Billing To Better Engage And Understand Your Customers If your organization is doing business in the cloud and SaaS space, you know it’s all about managing your funnel and your opportunities. The entire organization needs to focus on streamlining the quote-to-cash process. However, you also need to consider the business buzzword of

Top 5 Cloud Computing Trends Of The Future

Top 5 Cloud Computing Trends Of The Future Cloud computing as a technology trend has caught up fast in recent years. It has revolutionized IT in a way never seen before. It has clearly changed how the traditional software works for businesses. This has many benefits, considering many of the former models are rather physical,

How Mobile Cloud Computing Is Set To Change The Telecommunications Ecosystem

How Mobile Cloud Computing Is Set To Change The Telecommunications Ecosystem Cloud computing has impacted the telecommunications industry across crucial fronts and now is in the process of amply changing its ecosystem. The ecosystem here is broad and spans business models, human behavior and technical issues like the Networks versus the End-user devices, Access points,