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By 2016, Most New IT Spending Will Be In The Cloud

By 2016, Most New IT Spending Will Be In The Cloud

By 2016, Most New IT Spending Will Be In The Cloud In an era when technologies are becoming portable day-by-day and are not anymore limited to user-supervision, cloud computing is a segment which is a new development being made for better business operations. This segment is said to grow exponentially by the year 2016 when

Fog Computing Is A New Concept Of Data Distribution

Fog Computing Is A New Concept Of Data Distribution

Fog Computing Is A New Concept Of Data Distribution For the last couple of years there have hardly been any new concepts in cloud computing. But hardly doesn’t mean never. Since the summer of 2013 you might have noticed the appearance of a new trend that has been called Fog Computing. The main purpose of

Where Does The Buck Stop In The Cloud?

Where Does The Buck Stop In The Cloud?

Where Does The Buck Stop In The Cloud? Who is responsible for outages caused by IaaS failures. Is the relationship between traditional data centers and customers better for small and medium businesses? Consider these two scenarios. One You are hosting your busy website on a cluster of managed dedicated servers located in a trusted data center.

Five Cool Technologies Cloud Services Make Possible

Five Cool Technologies Cloud Services Make Possible

Five Cool Technologies Cloud Services Make Possible Cloud computing is essentially IT as a Service, where shared resources, software and data are accessed on demand via an internet connection. Whilst no one can predict how this will revolutionize technology in the future, for now, it’s already facilitating some pretty cool technologies. On-the-Go Entertainment Gaming platform Steam

Cloud Infographic: The History Of Managed Service Providers (MSPs)

Cloud Infographic: The History Of Managed Service Providers (MSPs)

Cloud Infographic: The History Of Managed Service Providers (MSPs) Managed Service Providers (or local technology providers) stand to benefit the most from such initiatives because they then earn a chance to develop efficient cloud services that score well on simplicity, security, local orientation and economies of scales. This way, the cloud ecosystems will be sufficiently expanded to