Posts Tagged ‘cloud computing’
Symantec Software Solutions IT security firm are one of the many IT companies who are looking forward to cloud bas computing. It predicts that the market the new technology will provide will bloom this year and the revenue from Indian cloud market is likely to grow over $3-billion by 2015, from the current $534-million quoting the IDC report. More and more businesses are likely to adapt the technology and soon enough it would be available to everyone as it would help save on cost and maximize effectiveness.
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With cloud computing the possibilities are endless, but also it does present a lot of loopholes and companies are now searching for ways to merge public cloud and private cloud, in a way that provides trust and availability. Employees can easily save sensitive data in a public cloud such as Dropbox so it is essential that companies must devise a strategy that would prevent such things and up to now IT specialist are looking for ways to prevent such things to occur.
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Satya Nadella Microsoft’s new president of its server and tools business debunked issues stating that cloud computing will put Microsoft out of business. He stated that as it is a growing opportunity for other companies cloud computing also give Microsoft its share of opportunities in which it can take advantage of and emphasized that its gives more sales opportunity that a percieved threat.
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Voith IT Solutions, Inc. (VOIN) has chosen Mariner to be its technical resource for its internal IT consulting organization. VOIN a US-based Voith internal IT consulting organization that supports Voith business units in the Americas and around the globe. VOIN maintains data center, desktop, Web-based and software application services that use Microsoft technology to provide business value to Voith divisions and supports markets and segments that include paper, energy, mobility and services while Mariner specializes in helping clients leverage their data through the use of business intelligence, data warehousing, business scorecards and performance management dashboards.
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LIME, a known provider of telecoms services has set out plans to leverage its technologies and partner with security companies to help regional firms monitor and protect their physical infrastructure. The new business line to be structured in Trinidad and Tobago but has not declared yet when the service will be rolled out in other markets in an effort to provide very innovative niche products to the market. Meanwhile LIME partnered with four North American-based companies to provide cloud-computing services in for videoconferencing, hosted email, network management and monitoring, and remote data storage.
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The US Government is said to utilize cloud computing and outsourced services that will ensure its security. It has recently awarded this service to CTC and SoftLayer for GSA Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud computing solutions. They shall be providing independent security control and vulnerability assessment services. This contract allows CTC and SoftLayer to provide government entities cloud storage, virtual machines, and web hosting services to support the Federal government cloud computing strategy to overcome inefficiencies and improve government service delivery.
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An interaction with media and Microsoft occurred where the company provided the media with the latest innovations and technologies in the ICT world. One thing it stressed out is the Cloud as it has started to sip in into the lives of people and are already operating in the cloud without even knowing it. Any IT footprint can be traced in the Cloud from receiving emails on mobile devices to banking eservices and online shopping. It has immense potential and uses which will pave way for a new market.
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2011 has been the year of cloud computing and here are 6 trends that have emerged from it
1. More Confusion (Not Less) About What Cloud Computing Represents
2. Public Cloud Computing as a Utility is Gaining Adoption
3. The Managed Cloud Emerges
4. Enterprises Adopting Private Clouds
5. Security & Compliance Perceptions and Realities Remain Barriers
6. The Cloud Delivers a Sea Change for Disaster Recovery.
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Cisco yet again defended itself and argued that a single-vendor infrastructure will benefit more than that of a multivendor network. A webcast was held discussing and retaliating to an analyst’s report implying that a single-vendor, end-to-end approach network does a disservice to users. Lloyd and other Cisco executives refuted accounts stated by Gartner that a multivendor approach will reduce enterprise customers’ costs and simplify their operations.
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