Cloud Startup: Sascea How Sascea is for Freeing Business With Up-to-date Cloud Applications When companies are battling for customer supremacy, they use applications that are savvy with the clientele. As such, these apps are everywhere, ranging from social media to customer relationship management tools. However, when it is time to call the shots for what an organization has been up to of late, it may take a while to unearth the details. This is why cloud applications that the following Canadian startup provides are more than ever necessary for businesses. Sascea is the name of this Software as a Service
Cloud Infographic: Worldwide Big Data Ecosystem Data has been described as the new oil, so important it is to modern business. The generation, storage and processing of more and more data has given rise to a whole new field of study, the simply, yet effectively named Big Data. Attached is an excellent and in-depth infographic from last month which deserves a mention on CloudTweaks. The infographic is provided by SAP which delves into the worldwide ecosystem of Analytics & Big Data. Infographic Source: SAP
Three Tips for Tackling Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) Within Your Organization It’s the latest tech acronym: BYOC or Bring Your Own Cloud. Personal cloud services are convenient, inexpensive, and always available. They also have the potential to wreak havoc on the enterprise in ways we haven’t seen in quite a while. In a world where “Dropbox” is a ubiquitous name and SkyDrive comes pre-loaded on some PCs, employees think nothing of uploading company data to the same cloud they use for storing personal files. From a corporate viewpoint, personal cloud services provide another way for users to compromise security by
Cloud Startup – Evolve IP Migrate To From On-Premise to the Virtual Cloud via Evolve IP The difference between an on-premise and cloud arrangement is that the former has less redundancy than the latter. This means that the cloud spreads the geographical scope of data in a number of locales, to insure against theft or disaster in a central datacenter. This is indeed the premise of the Pennsylvanian startup, Evolve IP, whose base is in Wayne. There are three major functions of this cloud services-provider, ranging from personifying desktops online to keeping data in various locales on secure servers, not
SaaS: Secrets of Churn Revealed In today’s business world, technology, specifically software, is ubiquitous in the business environment. It can help track shipments across continents, manage large numbers of employees and control inventories. For years, companies have relied on software to run their own computer networks and internal structures. But in recent years, the traditional software license purchase has become old fashioned. Many customers and vendors are migrating to a SaaS (Software as a Service) business model. SaaS is a web based software application delivery system. The SaaS model is simple; the enterprise vendor operates and hosts clients over the
IT as a Service (ITaaS), what Businesses are in for There are so many models under XaaS that it is becoming hard to keep track of them all. We have PaaS, SaaS, IaaS, NaaS, and MaaS just to name a few of the more common ones and we have new ones being developed as we speak. Now let’s add another one to that list. IT as a service just recently came into the scene and from the name alone it seems that it sounds like “Everything as a Service.” However, this is not really a service model, but rather a
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Evolution of the IT Department in the Age of the Cloud There’s no question that the cloud presents a disruptive technology that inevitably leads to rethinking – and often restructuring – the objectives of internal IT departments. An internal IT department – once considered critical to the success of the business enterprise – has, in many cases, become obsolete. With cloud-delivered applications eliminating the need for hosting multiple versions of software on servers, testing for compatibility and applying security patches, the need for internal IT staff managing an infrastructure has been diminished. The result is that cloud-based companies function more