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The Converged Cloud – Is This What Businesses Are Looking For

By Haris | August 6, 2012

The Converged Cloud – Is This What Businesses Are Looking For? In a business environment different workloads are reserved to be in different places because they have diverse preferences and requirements. Keeping this menace in mind, HP alleges that its

Uncertainties Surrounding Cloud Gamers

By Haris | July 19, 2012

Uncertainties Surrounding Cloud Gamers Cloud gaming has been embraced as a liberator for gamers who had been entangled in the thorns of conventional gaming. Contrarily, if one looks at the potentially darker side of the cloud, a thought-provoking viewpoint can

How The Salesforce Social Enterprise Cloud Bridged The Gap Between Activision And Its Gamers

By Haris | July 16, 2012

How The Salesforce Social Enterprise Cloud Bridged The Gap Between Activision And Its Gamers Social enterprise clouds enable organizations to collaborate, share information and, most of all, give people the tools to do this in an easy and approachable way.

Amazon Silk – Amazon’s Theories Sound Good

By Haris | July 12, 2012

Amazon Silk – Amazon’s Theories Sound Good Web browsers, as any other thing on our planet, need modernization, whether it be architectural modernization or radical dominance by a new product which completely wipes out any and all existing Web browsers.

Answers To Gartner’s Six Cloud Computing Risks

By Haris | July 5, 2012

Answers To Gartner’s Six Cloud Computing Risks Cloud computing has been the subject of ever-increasing hype. Anything exposed to such publicity is always accompanied by criticism, whether it be constructive or destructive. Gartner, an information technology research and advisory firm,

The Challenge For Cloud Computing

By Haris | July 3, 2012

The Challenge For Cloud Computing Consumers are driving cloud adoption far faster than enterprise IT can accept. Analytically speaking, consumers are driving this incredible rate of change for enterprise employers. The challenge one faces is that cloud computing is leading

Cloud Computing – Explicitly Redefined For Enterprises

By Haris | June 25, 2012

Cloud Computing – Explicitly Redefined For Enterprises Companies are moving quickly to leverage the cloud for the services that most readily bring the greatest business value in the short term. And not surprisingly, the greatest growth in the cloud is

Big Data And Cloud Computing – Friends For Life

By Haris | June 20, 2012

Big Data And Cloud Computing – Friends For Life Our age has moved into a complex situation. On the one hand, we are experiencing an ever-increasing level of home clouds and, while on the other hand, commodity data services are

Major Discrepancies In The Current Cloud Computing Setup

By Haris | June 18, 2012

Major Discrepancies In The Current Cloud Computing Setup Our perception of how to store data has changed. Hardware is diverging and consumers are constantly striving for multiple access points per user. This calls for a cloud to be set up

Microsoft’s Strategy In The Private-Cloud Computing World

By Haris | June 13, 2012

Microsoft’s Strategy In The Private-Cloud Computing World The private-cloud computing world has been bombarded with a barrage of service providers. In the thick of this barrage, Microsoft has emerged with innovative and accessible ideas. To start off, Microsoft’s private-cloud platform

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