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Cloud Infographic: Cloud Adoption Q3 2013 (Survey VMworld 2013 Attendees)

Cloud Infographic: Cloud Adoption Q3 2013 (Survey VMworld 2013 Attendees)

Cloud Infographic: Cloud Adoption Q3 2013 (Survey VMworld 2013 Attendees) VMworld was a fantastic event in which CloudTweaks participated in. There was tremendous reciprocation and insight into many of the new developments, and we had a really great experience.  Provided is an infographic survey put together by the group over at MetaCloud, which focuses on survey questions

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Business Transformation And The IT Journey

Business Transformation And The IT Journey

Business Transformation and the IT Journey When we look at significant business model changes during the past thirty years, technology has often been at the core. From mainframes to mini-computers to microcomputers to client/server to the Internet – technology change has been a major driver for business change. Today, while there are certainly new technologies,

Cloud Clustering: Benefits Of Utilizing Multi-Cloud Virtualized Clustering For The Enterprise

Cloud Clustering: Benefits of Utilizing Multi-Cloud Virtualized Clustering for the Enterprise Physical Clusters are practically becoming obsolete in the evolving corporate modern world because of augmented drawbacks. There is a growing need to deplete the dependency factors of organizations because of the fact that ubiquitous access to Cloud resources easily enables the simultaneous use of

Hybrid Cloud: The Influential Factor Of Flexibility

Hybrid Cloud: The Influential Factor Of Flexibility

Hybrid Cloud: The Influential Factor Of Flexibility You might have seen many articles on private cloud or a public cloud, but a cloud strategy is not limited to this only. The answer may be in an intermediate range, the Hybrid Cloud. First of all, let’s see how these services are deployed. Private cloud – internalized

VMWorld: How Openness Becomes The New Normal

VMWorld: How Openness Becomes The New Normal

VMWorld: How Openness Becomes The New Normal Seated high above the sleek yet carnival-like atmosphere of the VMWorld Exhibition Hall, Hubert Yoshida, Chief Technology Officer of Hitachi, watches over his suppliers, his customers and his competitors, all occupying neighboring parts of expansive show floor. Hitachi is one of those names everyone knows. It has been