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iWeb Launches Microsoft Private Cloud Hosting

iWeb Launches Microsoft Private Cloud Hosting

Cloud scalability on dedicated private infrastructure takes business IT to the next level MONTREAL, QUEBEC (January 30, 2014) – iWeb, Canada’s leading cloud service provider, today announced its new Microsoft Private Cloud service, designed to give businesses complete control and flexibility of their IT infrastructure. Businesses can now choose the Microsoft Private Cloud to quickly

Cloud Capabilities: Xbox One

Cloud Capabilities: Xbox One

Cloud capabilities:  Xbox One Azure Azure cloud service will be available at Xbox One’s launch. Microsoft says that their new gaming console can offload some computations to the cloud in order to increase local power of the console. Xbox One games could be streamed live and shared via the cloud. Similar to its rival Sony,

Virtualization Spells “Money” For SMB IT Consultants In 2013

Virtualization Spells “Money” for SMB IT Consultants in 2013 Listen up, SMB IT guys. Consider this: The typical small and medium business server uses about 10% of its computing power. But small businesses continue to segment their servers—one server per core function—as companies like Microsoft, Dell, and HP have recommended for years. And while that’s definitely a best

Whitepaper: The Journey To Private Cloud

Whitepaper: The Journey To Private Cloud

The Journey to Private Cloud Based on a recent Enterprise Management Associates® (EMA™) research study, the main reasons for adopting cloud computing, mentioned by 52%-62% of respondents, were as follows: a) Agility: Accelerating service creation and provisioning b) Performance and resiliency: Improving the performance and resiliency of business services c) Resource optimization: Reducing operational and

5 Cloud Performance Monitoring Tools

5 Cloud Performance Monitoring Tools Cloud Monitoring Because of the prevalence of cloud computing applications and the move from networked application services to the cloud, there is now a need for new monitoring tools and services since network monitoring tools will no longer suffice. Cloud monitoring can simply refer to the monitoring of the physical