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Tuesday, 02 April 2013 14:22

Do we really need Cloud standards?

Beth Cohen looks at the argument for Cloud standards

As the IT industry evolves from a traditional hosting world to a more Cloudy environment, the rise of Managed Cloud Services (MCS) was an inevitable one, and with this came the birth of the Managed Cloud Provider (MCP). 

Mark O’Neill investigates how APIs could be the answer to security concerns over BYOD

Thursday, 30 May 2013 06:56

To PaaS or not to PaaS


Sacha Labourey, CEO of CloudBees looks at the key steps to achieving success with Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)

Cloud adoption is on the rise, but with a lack of visibility and understanding of how to manage the performance of applications running in the Cloud, IT departments face a rocky journey ahead. Owen Cole highlights the growing confusion surrounding performance management in the Cloud and explains how IT departments can only see the benefits of Cloud computing once they’ve implemented intelligent solutions that create visibility. 

Wednesday, 12 June 2013 06:36

The time for hybrid Cloud is now

By Jim Darragh

The collapse of 2e2 made headlines across the globe. The dramatic downfall of a global company, which in its last moments held its customer’s data at ransom, was a huge shock that rocked the IT industry. Those who had entrusted their data with 2e2 were facing the heart stopping risk of completely losing all their data. If this downfall taught us one thing it’s that putting all your Cloud eggs in one 2e2 shaped basket comes with an inherent risk.

Jeff Aaron explores the rise of Software Defined Acceleration (SDA) of Software Defined Networks (SDN)

Thursday, 01 August 2013 10:05

Security in the Cloud: Perception Vs Reality

Jim Farley debunks the security myths around Cloud computing

Richard Davies looks at how organisationscan unlock the full potential of Cloud hosting to effectively manage applications and meet business expectations.

Thursday, 12 September 2013 09:45

Reaching for the Clouds

Mark Sutherland investigates how virtualisation can provide better business value that traditional methods

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