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Forrester Says Cloud May Not Be the Future of IT: Really?

Forrester Says Cloud May Not Be the Future of IT: Really? I apologize for the attention-grabbing nature of the headline, but that is pretty much what some of the news reports covering Forrester Research’s latest paper on cloud computing said. Delving further, it seems there is a bit of exaggeration at play here. The aforementioned

Multi–Tenancy In The Cloud: Understanding Its Benefits

Multi–tenancy in the cloud: Understanding its benefits Multi–tenancy refers to a principle in software architecture where a single instance of a software application serves multiple customers, also known as tenants and is regarded as one of the essential attributes of Cloud Computing. Multi-tenancy is the key common attribute for both public and private clouds and

Don’t Write Cloud Checks That You Can’t Cash

Don’t Write Cloud Checks That You Can’t Cash The cloud champions our instinct to refine communication and speed our thoughts along. It’s revolutionary, important, and thoroughly of the zeitgeist. One description still unfit for the cloud, however, is cheap. Computer World has recently exposed several areas that cloud computing continues to thin our wallets with.

Is The Cloud Outsourcing or Not?

Here are to two interesting perspectives regarding this topic. Who’s right? Below is a blog post found at ComputerWeekly discussing… An article in Computerworld UK reports that the latest advice from the Information Security Forum (ISF) is that information security professionals should treat cloud computing as they would any other external supplier. “Cloud is just outsourcing”