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Cloud Computing – What’s In It For IT Managers?

Cloud Computing – What’s In It For IT Managers?

Cloud computing represents the next generation in server productivity. Most datacenters are now migrating towards the use of cloud server clusters in order to provide a higher level of service to their customers. Cloud computing has been in development for many years but grew in popularity by leaps and bounds lately. It is seen as

Cloud Infographic: Approach To IT Environments

Cloud Infographic: Approach To IT Environments

Cloud Infographic: Approach To IT Environments This infographic provided by http://www.lifelinedatacenters.com may not be the most flashy infographic, but it does a fairly nice job outlining the differences between the main IT Environments. Another recommended infographic with regards to startup costs can also be very helpful for budget conscientious entrepreneurs. Infographic Source: LifeDataCenters

SMEs Dropping In-house Datacenters In Favor Of Cloud

SMEs Dropping In-house Datacenters In Favor Of Cloud

SMEs Dropping In-house Datacenters in Favor of Cloud We have often discussed that virtualization itself does not mean cloud computing, but rather it is the combination of virtualization and the delivery models being used to distribute the resources. And it is becoming clear that the benefits of cloud computing are starting to show despite unfounded fears

The Big Bang Theory Of The Cloud And Educational Resources

The Big Bang Theory of the Cloud and Educational Resources Educational resources on the cloud are almost theoretical in scope because they comprise of hitherto unexploited beginnings. Look at pedagogy for example which faces the challenge of defining an instructional methodology in schools using new software resources and methods like the interactive Student Information Systems.

The Storage Wars: Microsoft Hops Onto The Price-shed Bandwagon

The Storage Wars: Microsoft Hops Onto The Price-shed Bandwagon Last week’s wrap-up of the on-going cloud storage price wars between Google and Amazon ended off with a humble suggestion for Microsoft: wait for nothing and plunge straight into the cloud storage price-drop showdown. It turns out that the software giant actually did make up its mind to join