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The Cost Advantages Of Hosted Disaster Recovery Solutions

The Cost Advantages Of Hosted Disaster Recovery Solutions

The Cost Advantages of Hosted Disaster Recovery Solutions There’s a common saying among datacenter professionals that no matter how much it costs to have a disaster recovery program, the cost of not having one is far greater. This was often used to convince skeptical CEOs of the need to build duplicate datacenter infrastructure despite its

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4 Major Issues That Are Problematic In Cloud Technologies

4 Major Issues that are Problematic in Cloud Technologies We’ve heard pretty much about cloud deployment that it is not the end at all and means a lot for many enterprises. But the cloud still causes quite enough difficulties. In last months Oracle research, 1355 pollees from different countries with the proceeds of $ 65

Mobile Devices & BYOD – Bring Your Own Desktop?

Mobile Devices & BYOD – Bring Your Own Desktop? The plethora of mobile devices with smartphones and tablets leading the wave of a new era of computing, CIOs and IT managers wake up to a nightmare i.e. mobile management. Mobile management spans both, the platform or the mobile devices and content which in the case

IBM Makes Cloud Computing “Fashionable” With L’Oréal Deal

IBM Makes Cloud Computing “Fashionable” With L’Oréal Deal

NEWS: IBM Makes Cloud Computing “Fashionable” With L’Oréal Deal “It is wiser to find out than to suppose.”                                                               – Mark Twain (1835-1910), legendary author and humorist. There was once a time when businesses were done through intelligence guesswork – you guessed what your customers would like and you provided it, you guessed what the demand

Whitepaper: The Journey To Private Cloud

Whitepaper: The Journey To Private Cloud

The Journey to Private Cloud Based on a recent Enterprise Management Associates® (EMA™) research study, the main reasons for adopting cloud computing, mentioned by 52%-62% of respondents, were as follows: a) Agility: Accelerating service creation and provisioning b) Performance and resiliency: Improving the performance and resiliency of business services c) Resource optimization: Reducing operational and