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The Other Cloud Issue – Availability – And What You Can Do About It

The Other Cloud Issue – Availability – And What You Can Do About It

The Other Cloud Issue – Availability – And What You Can Do About It “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.”                 – Warren Buffett, legendary investor and one of the richest men in the world. Even as the

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Cloud Startup Of The Week – Sanbolic

Cloud Startup Of The Week – Sanbolic

Innovative Concept of IT Economics – Sanbolic Launches Next Generation Melio V5 Sanbolic is one of the leader companies that introduced the latest technologies in the domain of cloud computing and information technology. Sanbolic is the first provider of data management and cloud server services based on cached system storage devices. Sanobolic was established in

Cloud Services On The East Coast Clog In The Wake of Sandy

Cloud Services On The East Coast Clog In The Wake of Sandy In an age where the Internet infrastructure depends on the engineered redundancy of underwater cables, it is hardly possible that the effect of super storms like Sandy can go unnoticed. Hosting and colocution services went off tune after data facilities and websites on

Top Myths About Cloud Computing

Top Myths About Cloud Computing Cloud computing has been a hot topic during the last few years for technology specialists all over the world. Cloud computing has been adopted by many enterprises, but still challenges continue to rise. With all the articles and documentation on this subject, there are many myths that have developed over

The Cloud: Focusing On Cloud Performance – Part 2

The Cloud: Focusing On Cloud Performance – Part 2 Continued from Part 1 Companies are usually recommended to do a workload analysis exercise before deciding on moving a process to the cloud and choosing a provider. For vendors it is, again, critical to understand in both business and computational terms (like number of records, size