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Brocade Convenes Federal Agencies, Partners And Luminaries To Discuss The Most Critical IT Challenges

Brocade Convenes Federal Agencies, Partners And Luminaries To Discuss The Most Critical IT Challenges

Cloud Computing, Data Center Consolidation and Alternative Acquisition Models Top Discussion Topics at the First Brocade Federal Forum WASHINGTON, DC–(Marketwire – Aug 21, 2012) – Today marks the first day of the 2012 Brocade Federal Forum, which will provide an opportunity for Federal IT professionals, technology partners, systems integrators and industry luminaries to further explore and

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The Cloud Build Up: Findings From Gartner’s Cloud Hype Cycle 2012

The Cloud Build Up: Findings From Gartner’s Cloud Hype Cycle 2012 Ventures today are on the verge of modifying their overall cloud-purchase conduct. The said has been prompted primarily by the diverse range of available operational options offered by the cloud technology providers including pace of implementation, associated finances and requirement-adaptation dynamics. Conversely, ventures still

Almost 50% Of World Data To Be On The Cloud – Gartner

Almost 50% Of World Data To Be On The Cloud – Gartner IT research and advisory firm Gartner recently released a statement predicting that roughly a third of the world’s digital content will be stored on the cloud by 2016. This is based on users’ desire to share and access content on multiple devices, without

Cloud Computing Market Size – Facts And Trends

Cloud Computing Market Size – Facts And Trends Although estimates of the overall cloud market size vary considerably, the consensus is that cloud computing is growing rapidly. I came across interesting statistics while reading about this topic. Market Research Media, cited in the Bloomberg report, says the cloud market will reach $270 billion in 2020

The Gartner Prediction: One Third Of User Data In The Cloud By 2016

The Gartner Prediction: One Third Of User Data In The Cloud By 2016 In a recent research study, Gartner speculated that the prevalent shift towards the cloud, primarily fuelled by the present-day end-user craving to store, share and access data on a multitude of devices, will lead to a jaw-dropping storage of an estimated one