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More Cloud Adoption Unlocks More Value – Reveals Latest Survey

More Cloud Adoption Unlocks More Value – Reveals Latest Survey

“Will cloud live up to its hype” is a question which has become irrelevant now. Looking back now, I’d say the opportunity is much, much bigger than the hype. Perhaps for some companies, the move to the Cloud has been one of the most rewarding experiences in IT investing. A latest survey reveals that early

Is Cloud Computing A Threat To Older Tech Companies? Part 1

Is Cloud Computing A Threat To Older Tech Companies? Part 1 Almost exactly a year ago, The Informational Data Corporation (IDC) made some pretty bold predictions regarding the development of a new high-tech industry in the convergence of social networking, and cloud-based computing and data storage. IDC suggested that many industry giants may scramble to

Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: Cluttr

Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: Cluttr

Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: Cluttr …….The Latest Wave in Third-party Data Infrastructure Auditing for Cloud Efficiency With one year to its name counting, Cluttr is the brainchild of two campus graduates from Ghent, Belgium. The firm focuses its energies on the data providers and the companies that seek to leverage on their data

Free Cloud Service Accounting Software Giving Quickbooks A Run For Their Money

Free Cloud Service Accounting Software Giving Quickbooks A Run For Their Money Quickbooks has been the leader in business accounting software for quite some time. In the past few years, this business accounting authority has turned to cloud services to host their accounting program online, thus allowing users the ability to do their accounting anytime,

The Cloud And Hype: Is The Buzz Still To Come?

The Cloud And Hype: Is The Buzz Still To Come? Cloud computing is taking over the tech-world, both in terms of hype and clientele. Just like any new invention, cloud computing has become an everyday topic in discussions, webinars and social gatherings. Conventions hinged on technological growth have had their share of input, making it