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Cloud Computing Helps Reduce Costs For Media Producers

Cloud Computing Helps Reduce Costs For Media Producers

Cloud Computing Helps Reduce Costs For Media Producers Cloud computing is having a huge impact on media post-production workflows. We take a look at how cloud computing lowers costs for production companies. Modern multimedia production and delivery is heavily dependent on computational power and data storage. For media producers and post-production companies, whether they work

UPDATE: Xbox One To Bury Deep In The Cloud

UPDATE: Xbox One To Bury Deep In The Cloud

UPDATE: Xbox One To Bury Deep In The Cloud As Microsoft Emphasizes More on ‘Digital’ (Updated from initial July 4th, 2013 posting) In what seems like a complete departure from Xbox 360, the next generation Xbox One that is coming November 2013 will live most of its lifespan in the gaming realm of the cloud.

Cloud Infographic: Avoid Outrageous Mobile Data Expenses

Cloud Infographic: Avoid Outrageous Mobile Data Expenses

Cloud Infographic: Avoid Outrageous Mobile Data Expenses Cloud computing has impacted the telecommunications industry across crucial fronts and now is in the process of amply changing its ecosystem.  As telecommunication architectures move towards a more cloud-oriented structure, there will be more demand on self-services. This is even more significant in the mobile telecoms where people are now

Is Desktop Virtualization The Way To Go?

Is Desktop Virtualization the Way to go? Desktop virtualization is now becoming synonymous to business continuity in the cloud computing context, or at least they are so interrelated that you cannot consider one without even mentioning the other. As important as business continuity is for business-driven organizations, desktop virtualization is also key for any business continuity solution to

Where Hardware Meets The Cloud: Arraying High-End Server Platforms

Where Hardware Meets the Cloud: Arraying High-end Server Platforms The web has brought out hardware machinery spot-on to cloud-based applications. Some of these servers are so scalable in magnitude, mindboggling in performance and high-end in gigabytes capacity, that they even sound a little alien. Suddenly they are here and those who only thought of them