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Press Release: U.S. Department Of Defense’s Shift To Cloud Computing Saves Costs

Frost & Sullivan: U.S. Department of Defense’s Shift to Cloud Computing Saves Costs, but Unlocks Network Security Threats MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – April 18, 2012 – The high costs of operating, securing and maintaining a large variety of often redundant legacy stove-piped networks has steered the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) toward mature commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)

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Why You Should Entrust Your Software Applications And Data To The Clouds

Why You Should Entrust Your Software Applications And Data To The Clouds There are limitless possibilities in cloud computing. The system runs every software applications an ordinary computer can execute, from general word processing applications to custom-made software application. More often than not, an entity trusts its software and data to run in the clouds

What is Cloud Storage? An Outlook Report from ‘Storage Strategies NOW’.

An Outlook Report from Storage Strategies NOW. This study is a comprehensive report on the state of the cloud storage market and of the storage services that are layered atop of it. It includes a definition of cloud storage, discusses how cloud storage is deployed, surveys users on their expectations of the cloud and provides

NovaBACKUP Supports Integration of Amazon S3 Cloud

NovaBACKUP Supports Integration of Amazon S3 Cloud NovaStor’s NovaBACKUP is offering support to all popular storage devices together with seamless integration of Amazon S3 Cloud Storage. This is ensuring full on-site and off-site data protection and is ideal for the current business environment that is encouraging companies to adopt cloud storage. NovaStor is an international

Cloud Computing Deal between Taiwan’s Chunghwa Telecom and Inventec

Cloud Computing Deal between Taiwan’s Chunghwa Telecom and Inventec Every day brings with it news of yet another deal in the cloud computing space. The latest such development occurred in Taiwan just before the end of the last year when Taiwan-based companies Chunghwa Telecom and Inventec signed a one-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to co-develop