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10 Steps To Success With The Cloud

10 Steps To Success With The Cloud

10 Steps To Success With The Cloud The cloud, the trend that appears to be steaming on ahead as the likes of Salesforce, Amazon’s Web Services and Workday continue to gain market value. Utilising cloud services for business has allowed for companies to scale, drive IT costs down and become a more agile, streamlined business.

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Cloud Infographic: Cloud Computing and On-Demand Infrastructure

Cloud Infographic: Cloud Computing and On-Demand Infrastructure

Cloud Infographic: Cloud Computing and On-Demand Infrastructure Here is an excellent infographic resource courtesy of Profitbricks.com which outlines a number of the different hosting options available from Shared Web Hosting to Public Cloud Computing 2.0…. Infographic Source: Profitbricks

Cloud Networking Changes Everything

Cloud Networking Changes Everything The public cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) market is booming and expected to grow by 47 percent, from $6 billion in 2012 to $9 billion in 2013, according to Gartner’s Forecast Overview: Public Cloud Services, Worldwide, 2011-2016, 4Q Update. Additionally, the overall public cloud computing market, including software-as-a-service (SaaS), platform-as-a-service (PaaS), IaaS and

6 Reasons Why SMBs Should Embrace Cloud Computing

6 Reasons Why SMBs Should Embrace Cloud Computing While startups and big enterprises are moving rapidly to the cloud, some SMBs are still stuck in traditional IT infrastructure. Unlike startups, these businesses have already invested such a sizable chunk in their enterprise IT that they are unwilling to spend more. And unlike the bigger enterprises

Is My Public Cloud Too Public? Part 3

Is My Public Cloud Too Public? Part 3 Continued From Part 2 Backup and Recovery The backup and recovery policies and procedures of a cloud service may be superior to those of the organization and, if copies are maintained in diverse geographic locations, may be more robust. In many circumstances, data maintained within a cloud