Cloud Infographic: Critical Role In The Enterprise Cloud Computing has been around for a awhile now, but until recent years, it has expanded exponentially. Different studies suggest that more than 4.4 million jobs will be created in the area of big-data by the year 2015, and the adoption rate of cloud computing application and services is much higher as compared to a few years back. More than 36% of customers have already adopted for the public cloud, and thus, they are opting for cheap as well as large spaces for their valuable data to be stored. This trend verifies that
BYOD: Good or Bad? The Bring your own device or BYOD trend being touted by cloud computing as one of its most attractive features is actually causing concern to a lot of IT officers because of the inherent problems brought to the table by allowing company data resources off the premises. One of the biggest problems that can be encountered would be data loss or information leakage. These are the same repercussions as losing a company laptop a few years ago the potential for disaster because of losing vital company secrets is extremely high. AccelOps Cloud Security Survey Report surveyed some 176
Risks Involved in Adopting BYOD Imagine a workplace scenario where every employee has his/her own mobile device to access company data and applications. This way, people get their work done using their own devices in the office. Briefly, this is what Bring Your Own Device or BYOD is all about. All over the world, companies are opening up to this new trend and there are mixed reviews about its usefulness. While some say it makes employees more productive, others are more concerned about the risks involved. Irrespective of all this, BYOD has become quite popular in business circles as well
Guidelines For Enterprises Choosing To Migrate On The Cloud Categorizing the Cloud Computing Providers Cloud providers offer a variety of services to all categories of cloud users including individuals, small businesses, and enterprises. For enterprises, the choice of type of service to subscribe is a bit intriguing task as their requirements of IT vary. Some enterprises need secure data storage while others need infrastructure-as-a-service or platform-as-a-service. The enterprise’s IT architecture is pivotal in defining the cloud service requirement. David Linthicum, an industry expert and thought leader, has categorized the services that an enterprise needs from cloud providers in his book
Educational Opportunities For a long time, popular imagination has attached cloud computing to technological and corporate success. features in cloud discussions mainly when talking about asynchronous learning or budget-worthy methods of sharing library databases. Now there is a better chance to make use of the learning systems to tap into the fourteen million employment opportunities that the cloud will deliver in three years’ time. Many of these opportunities will come from leading software and hardware giants. Each will seek qualified personnel, and thus the emergence of learning as a potential source. As such, job and employment creation will demand two
Cloud Infographic: Securing Big Data Today, the use of Big Data brings many competitive advantages. The amount of data in our world increases massively day-by-day. Big data is about capturing, storing and analyzing large pools of data from customers/consumers, suppliers, partners, operations, employees etc… An ever growing important fundamental is the security of Big Data. Attached is an excellent infographic illustrating the progressive nature and security flow of big data. Infographic Source: OpenDNS
The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – Data Breach By David Fletcher Our comic collection has simply taken the light side of cloud computing to a whole new level. So after a long day’s work in the cloud, you can stop by our comic library for that much deserved moment of fun before you call it a day. Review the full library For the reuse of our CloudTweaks comic images for print, web or related, please contact us regarding.
Cloud Infographic: The Power Of Healthcare Data Cloud computing technologies are on the rise in the healthcare industry. From large hospitals to physicians and administrators to small medical services providers, all have seen cost savings from implementing and utilizing cloud-based solutions. Read… Cloud Computing Tools For Doctors… This infographic by Netapp illustrates some of the uses for Big Data /Cloud Computing in the field of Healthcare. Infographic Source: NetApp