• 07.28 2014
    Articles

    How The Cloud Aids Business Growth

    The generally accepted definition of cloud computing comes from the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which says it should enable convenient, on-demand access to a shared pool of computing resources - like networks, servers, storage, applications and services. Under the NIST definition, cloud services can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. Cloud computing therefore represents a fundamental change in the way computing power is generated and distributed, transforming the delivery of IT tools and products into elastic, on-demand services - characterized by flexible "pay as you go" payment models. Such cost models, as well as the types of cloud computing described below, cut costs and aid business growth. Read More ➚
  • 07.25 2014
    Articles

    Cloud Computing And Its Potential For Software Development Companies

    What is the cloud? How do I connect to the cloud? What can the cloud do for me? These are some of the questions asked by millions of people worldwide in an effort to understand the phenomenon that is cloud-based computing and how it impacts their lives. This article will introduce you to the world of cloud computing and the aspects of its features. The various advantages and disadvantages of the technology will also come under the spotlight. In simple terms, cloud computing involves storing and accessing data and programs over the Internet instead of from a computer's internal hard drive. The "cloud" is just a metaphor for the Internet... Read More ➚
  • 07.25 2014
    Articles, Industry News

    World Market for Cloud Computing in Healthcare 2012-2020 - Concise Analysis of the $3.9 Billion Industry

    Healthcare providers around the world are facing rising costs while they attempt to maintain or improve care. Healthcare information technology (HIT) is a key component of streamlining healthcare in a way that can provide benefits to those involved. As this report details, cloud computing is a way of using existing technology to modernize the healthcare industry. Cloud technologies are generally off-site, third-party-managed computing resources that can include computational resources, additional data storage and advanced software services such as electronic medical records (EMRs) or data analytics... Read More ➚
  • 07.24 2014
    Articles

    Managing Cloud Computing Options

    Today's cloud computing options are empowering midsize firms with opportunities like never before. Companies that aim to be more competitive should seriously consider which various cloud platforms and provisioning tools are necessary for their own data infrastructures. A recent IDC cloud market study, detailed in the Business Technology Roundtable, broke down the latest trends in the cloud market. The Public Cloud Services Tracker's findings show that Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) makes up 72 percent of public cloud services market. That's set to grow 20 percent year-over-year, fueled by applications like enterprise resource management (ERM) and customer relationship management (CRM). Meanwhile, the SaaS market continues to gain ground in elements of system security, management and storage... Read More ➚
  • 07.24 2014
    Articles

    Cloud Computing Benefits Become Clear

    IT insiders have been touting the potential benefits of public, private and hybrid clouds for years, but since the sector is often prone to exaggeration, IT managers would be wise to read up on the subject before investing resources into cutting-edge tech. Now, however, yet another survey of IT professionals shows that the purported cloud computing benefits are, in fact, quite real — and midsize business that strive for a competitive edge must learn how best to embrace this new commonplace technology... Read More ➚
  • 07.24 2014
    Articles

    Government Cloud Computing Adoption

    While the private sector is building on cloud computing's various benefits, government organizations are also having a go at benefitting too. After having to face financial constraints over the last five years as a result of the economic meltdown, government agencies have been forced to seek optimized business models to deliver government services at reduced cost. Under the US Federal Cloud Computing Strategy, for instance, the US government instituted its CloudFirst policy to accelerate the pace of cloud adoption, and enjoy financial savings as soon as possible. Such a CloudFirst strategy has been followed by the UK government and various other countries... Read More ➚
  • 07.21 2014
    Articles

    As Hybrid Cloud Computing Matures, Opportunities Abound

    With the industry and its watchers so focused on the public side of cloud computing, it is easy to forget just how powerful and popular hybrid cloud computing deployments are becoming. Midsize businesses are in a position to benefit from utilizing the cloud's middle ground, but only if IT managers understand all of the options that a hybrid solution makes available to them... Read More ➚

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