Tag Archives: Cloud computing helps

Cloud Computing Expected To Continue Accelerated Growth

Cloud Computing Expected To Continue Accelerated Growth

Cloud computing is on the rise, with the worldwide market expected to rise from $111 billion last year to $131 billion in 2013. Gartner, Inc., one of the world’s leading information technology research firms, indicates its growth will continue well into this decade. By 2016, it predicts the majority of new IT spending will be

FacebookTwitterLinkedInGoogle+Share
Cloud Computing Helps Reduce Costs For Media Producers

Cloud Computing Helps Reduce Costs For Media Producers

Cloud Computing Helps Reduce Costs For Media Producers Cloud computing is having a huge impact on media post-production workflows. We take a look at how cloud computing lowers costs for production companies. Modern multimedia production and delivery is heavily dependent on computational power and data storage. For media producers and post-production companies, whether they work

Business Agility Of Cloud Computing

Business Agility Of Cloud Computing

Business Agility of Cloud Computing Cloud computing is a fresh approach to IT operations. In companies with non-agile IT organizations there is misunderstanding between IT managers and stakeholders. IT finds that money and skill sets are the problems while stakeholders feel that there is a lack of infrastructure and technology to meet the ever increasing

Why Startups Should Embrace Cloud Computing?

Why Startups Should Embrace Cloud Computing? I run a tech startup and I know some the pains of running a tech startup. Startups have limited budgets and even limited tech support, but have to work around the limitations to build a cutting edge product. This is where cloud computing can help, and all startups must

Cloud Computing Helps Decode German E. Coli Strain

Cloud Computing Helps Decode German E. Coli Strain When a nasty strain of E. coli flooded hospitals in Germany this summer, it struck its victims with life-threatening complications far more often than most strains — and the search for an explanation began. Over a feverish weekend after the rogue bacterium’s genome was sequenced, scientists from all over