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With news that Google and Microsoft plan to take on the Amazon Web Services monolith with infrastructure services of their own, you have to ask: How many clouds do we need?
In all the hype about cloud computing, one principle is often obscured: If the technology is not driven by a specific need, the tremendous capabilities of the cloud are likely to be wasted.
Cloud computing is internet-based computing which utilizes servers, that are stored at an alternative location, to store data and manage resources.
Ditlev Bredahl discusses the top five tips you should consider when choosing an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider.
It is becoming ever clearer that the UK’s mid-tier businesses and fast moving start-ups are already reaping the real benefits of Cloud computing. Surprisingly, for many pundits, cost savings and competitive Cloud pricing are NOT necessarily the main drivers for mid tier businesses in the UK.
When it comes to the cloud, everyone wants in – that is, everyone except the owners of business-critical applications. Before they make the physical-to-virtual or on-premises-to-cloud transition, application owners need assurances that they are free from risks and can maintain visibility into how their business-critical applications are performing. ExtraHop Networks’ Owen Cole explains.
With 2012 being a bumper year for the cloud computing industry, what exactly can we expect for 2013? Rob Clyde gives his predictions for the year ahead.
Steve Hodges explores the impact Cloud has had on voice and telephony; for both the industry and businesses looking to move their voice services to the cloud