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Why Reliability Is The Buzz Word For Cloud In 2014

Why Reliability Is The Buzz Word For Cloud In 2014

Why Reliability Is The Buzz Word For Cloud In 2014 Any discussion of cloud adoption primarily boils down to two important concerns – data security and cloud reliability. A study conducted by Tata Consultancy Services sometime back revealed some interesting insights – while customers in Europe and Asia-Pacific saw data security as the most important

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BYOC – To Be Or Not To Be

BYOC – To Be Or Not To Be

BYOC – To Be Or Not To Be I suppose that most CEOs and CIOs have been hoping that the consumerization of information technologies won’t go further than BYOD policy. Clients and employees have brought their devices in the offices, CIOs have introduced MDM-solutions (master data management) and have established the rules for using private

5 Reasons Why Cloud ERP Is Perfect For Your Start-Up

5 Reasons Why Cloud ERP Is Perfect For Your Start-Up

5 Reasons Why Cloud ERP Is Perfect For Your Start-Up Investing in inventory and accounting ERP software can be a daunting process – especially for small and start-up businesses as they struggle to set up processes and invest in company growth while working to minimize spending and expenses. However, systems previously only affordable by large,

From Photo Cloud Storage To Video Streaming, Your Life Is In The Cloud

From Photo Cloud Storage To Video Streaming, Your Life Is In The Cloud

From Photo Cloud Storage to Video Streaming, Your Life is in the Cloud “Wherever you go, there you are,” is a phrase originally attributed to Confucius, but which also found purchase in the camp sci-fi movie The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension. Though its original purpose (the proverb, not the movie) was

The Next Wave Of Cloud Computing

The Next Wave Of Cloud Computing

The Next Wave Of Cloud Computing Cloud adoption at the enterprise level requires that cloud vendors deliver on enterprise-class reliability, security, and management.  While service levels for cloud computing are competitive with most companies’ on-premise datacenters, concerns about security will drive enterprise-scale organizations to choose to deploy hybrid-cloud applications.  Hybrid-cloud in turn creates new distributed