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Past, Present And Future: Cloud Computing In Three Minutes

Past, Present and Future: Cloud Computing in Three Minutes Perhaps the most interesting thing about the cloud is just how fluffy it really is. Recent news indicates that it has finally gone mainsteam. Yet at the same time, most people are still not quite clear on what the cloud really is. To get a better understanding, here’s a

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Cloud Computing May Fast-Track Road Operability

Cloud Computing May Fast-Track Road Operability

Cloud Computing May Fast-Track Road Operability Cloud computing is making infrastructural breakthroughs on the roads even as the term ‘infrastructure’ becomes more tech and virtual than its original meaning. Even if one hears of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) in computer matters, pretty often, it might be soon possible to think out of the box

The 5-3-2 Principle Of Cloud Computing: An Easier Approach

The 5-3-2 Principle Of Cloud Computing: An Easier Approach

The 5-3-2 Principle of Cloud Computing: An Easier Approach Even though, cloud computing has become exceedingly common, the fact remains that people seem to have differing opinions when it comes to its definition. The issue is not the lack of definition or the lack of an agreed coherent one, but rather the lack of apparent

Five Big Business Principles For SMEs Using The Cloud

Five Big Business Principles For SMEs Using The Cloud With cloud computing, small businesses can implement principles that used to apply to enterprises. One of the most impressive things about cloud computing is the way it flips our assumptions about company size. Traditional enterprises have an enormous resource advantage over SMEs, but cloud computing is

What Successful Businesses Have Been Developed By Providing SaaS, PaaS and IaaS

What Successful Businesses Have Been Developed By Providing SaaS, PaaS and IaaS We have written quite a few articles about the 3 most significant service models it presents, SaaS, PaaS and IaaS. Yet the thing that makes understanding these models difficult is the fact that there are so very few examples of companies that are actually making