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Advantages Of Cloud Computing

Advantages of Cloud Computing Cloud computing tells us how to use the computer resources more efficiently. It is the name of the technology that has changed our point of view regarding software and hardware requirements. Interestingly, cloud computing is the mixture of various delivery models, technology, and latest ideas, but also includes other models in

Should Cloud Computing Be Open-Source?

Should Cloud Computing Be Open-Source? Open source software has been on the rise during the economic downturn, because of its agility, flexibility and customization. Now, we arrived at the point when openness is being accepted for cloud computing. Open source was born in an effort to make technology more collaborative, affordable and available to everyone.

Cloud Computing – Explicitly Redefined For Enterprises

Cloud Computing – Explicitly Redefined For Enterprises Companies are moving quickly to leverage the cloud for the services that most readily bring the greatest business value in the short term. And not surprisingly, the greatest growth in the cloud is in the CRM and collaboration tools sector. Specifically, in the enterprise segment, the major focus

Skytap Helps Power Orasi's New Application In The Cloud With HP

SKYTAP HELPS POWER ORASI’S NEW APPLICATION PERFORMANCE TESTING SOLUTION IN THE CLOUD WITH HP  CloudPerform Solution Leverages Industry’s Leading Hybrid Cloud to Accelerate Performance Testing SEATTLE, Wash. – February 7, 2012 – Skytap Inc., the leading provider of self-service cloud automation solutions, today announced that it was selected by Orasi Software, Inc., a leading services provider, to power its new Orasi

Cloud Computing In Financial Service Organizations

Cloud Computing In Financial Service Organizations While technology seems to be the cost and time efficiency driver in many industries, cloud computing is the emerging solution for the financial service industry, especially capital markets. In order for their assets to be used optimally by multiple consumers, financial organizations require ad-hoc access to significant computing resources,