The Cloud And Hype: Is The Buzz Still To Come?

The Cloud And Hype: Is The Buzz Still To Come? Cloud computing is taking over the tech-world, both in terms of hype and clientele. Just like any new invention, cloud computing has become an everyday topic in discussions, webinars and social gatherings. Conventions hinged on technological growth have had their share of input, making it

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Discover How To Bring Trust To The Cloud: Strong Authentication for SaaS Applications

Discover How to Bring Trust to the Cloud: Strong Authentication for SaaS Applications However, the same exact benefits of the SaaS delivery model that are driving the trend may actually slow down further adoption of the SaaS applications by the enterprises. Why do IT departments get skeptical about moving their mission-critical applications and data into

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How To Tap Cloud Computing To Obtain A Competitive Advantage

How To Tap Cloud Computing To Obtain A Competitive Advantage Because of the popularity of the digital global economy, any investment in technology by small and medium-sized enterprises can provide them with a competitive advantage. Cloud computing has allowed small enterprises access to data systems which were once available only to huge corporations. Automatic data

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The State Of SaaS Adoption

The State Of SaaS Adoption The most common problems with the adoption of SaaS and how to overcome them. Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is not just a cloud-based delivery model, but also a service that allows organizations to meet their IT service management needs. Without a doubt, SaaS applications have a lot of benefits: saving money and time, focusing

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Beyond SFTP: Five Ways To Secure And Manage Your Data Transfer Via The Cloud

Beyond SFTP: Five Ways To Secure And Manage Your Data Transfer Via The Cloud Unmanaged Data Transfers Mean Risky Business Every day, growing amounts of electronic information are flowing – both inside your business and outside your business to trading partners. Your data – and how efficiently and effectively you handle its transfer – defines your business. It’s part of

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How Companies Are Adopting and Adapting to Cloud Computing: KPMG

How Companies Are Adopting and Adapting to Cloud Computing There have been several studies attesting to the growth of cloud computing, and some of them have been covered in earlier articles (See: Where Is Cloud Computing Going? Up, Up And Away! and How BIG Is the Cloud Computing Market?). Now, KPMG has come out with study

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The 3 Greatest Reasons to Move to the Cloud

The 3 Greatest Reasons to Move to the Cloud   I would like to thank one of my readers for asking me what  are the 3 greatest reasons a business should move to the cloud.  I have discussed both the benefits and disadvantages of cloud adoption, but it is time to bring some perspective on

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Small Businesses Gain Competitive Advantage With Cloud Computing

How Small Businesses can gain a competitive advantage with Cloud Computing In our increasingly globalized world, small businesses need an effective communications network to span the geographically spread regions of the business. But the business applications required to achieve this are an expensive proposition in our current economic climate. This is making it more and

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Is Microsoft Taking A Risk By Putting All Its Eggs In The Cloud Computing Basket?

Is Microsoft Taking A Risk By Putting All Its Eggs In The Cloud Computing Basket? “A ship is safe in harbor, but that’s not what ships are for.” – William Shedd (1820-1894), American Presbyterian Theologian. Risk-taking is a requirement for business; unless, a business takes risks, it cannot sustain its competitive advantage, and without a

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How Cloud Computing Can Create Jobs

How Cloud Computing Can Create Jobs “Few companies that installed computers to reduce the employment of clerks have realized their expectations…. They now need more and more expensive clerks even though they call them ‘operators’ or ‘programmers.’” – Peter Drucker (1909-2005), American management guru and author. As Peter Drucker wrote, new technologies do not reduce

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