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Anything As A Service? Learn About The Newest Concepts In Cloud

Anything As A Service? Learn About The Newest Concepts In Cloud New acronyms are used in cloud computing to express key concepts and the great number of services each of these classify. While IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service) and SaaS (Software as a Service), are the three types of cloud

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Accounting Software As Software-As-A-Service: Advantages And Disadvantages

Accounting Software As Software-As-A-Service In the mid-80s, accounting software became very popular with midmarket companies. Personalized accounting became an indispensable tool for businesses as personal computers became cheaper. Users took advantage of computer technology because financial report preparation was easier with the help of accounting software. Automated accounting also began to attract users who had

Why You Should Consider Hybrid Cloud Computing For Your Business

Why You Should Consider Hybrid Cloud Computing For Your Business Hybrid cloud computing was introduced in 2008 and it wasn’t accepted with open arms. With public and private clouds in place, cloud computing believers felt they already have enough. But then, as time goes on, hybrid clouds are inching their way to the forefront to

Making The Leap From Public To Hybrid Cloud Computing

Making The Leap From Public To Hybrid Cloud Computing While the Private vs Public Cloud debate continues to plod along, a major Public Cloud user struck an equally massive blow for Hybrid Cloud when Zynga decided to make the move from AWS to their own zCloud private servers. In a move which flipped 80% of

Outsourcing Hyper-Hybrid Cloud Integration New Way To Go

Outsourcing Hyper-Hybrid Cloud Integration New Way To Go Cloud Computing has diversified so much now that it isn’t just about the Private Cloud vs Public Cloud debate (which continues to simmer). Many Cloud Computing proponents are now advocating Hybrid Clouds as the way to go. According to some, Hyper-Hybrid Clouds fit the bill better though,