Business School Delivers SAP Courses with IBM Cloud IBM is enabling a cloud-based service for Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee so it can deliver SAP-based courses to students. The business school is using IBM software and hardware to automate and consolidate its data center operations. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is the second SAP University Competence Center to migrate its infrastructure to IBM hardware and software. Prior to using IBM solutions the school was using system from Oracle and Dell products. But these products were not addressing the requirements and thus the school decided to use
Here is a compiled list of 35 Cloud Computing Reseller Partner Programs now available. This is a small list that we’ve put together for individuals and companies looking to cash-in on some of the growing cloud computing opportunities available. There are a number of other companies with partner opportunities not listed here and we will be sure to include them in the next update. These companies are listed in no particular order. 35 Cloud Computing Opportunities Flexiant scaling Art of defense security Extrasys file sharing Vmware scaling Ibm storage Parallel scaling Abiquo platform Abovenet network Storsimple storage Gogrid scaling Salesforce
IBM Extends Backup with New Cloud Services IBM has changed the way clients protect, store and retrieve their most critical data through its new cloud services. Disasters can cause significant damage to businesses and the company claims that the new IBM SmartCloud Resilience services allow clients to retrieve their most critical data in minutes versus days in the event of a disaster. Organizations need to prepare for unforeseen circumstances, according to IBM that advises businesses to assess threat risks and create a resilience strategy to facilitate uninterrupted business operations. A traditional data center environment does not completely address all these
AT&T: Benefits of Marching into Cloud Computing being a leading Telecom Company. Business is a dynamic activity, so should be your infrastructure. Of late, cloud computing has invaded the IT world, fixing its roots deeply and swiftly. With the unexpected seasonal spikes showing up in businesses every now and then, hiring cloud services has become extremely essential to counterbalance this inflated business activity. And the exponential increase in the demand has certainly shot up the allurement of setting up separate departments and organizations for development of these profitable services to a degree that even the communications giants AT&T couldn’t refrain
InstaCompute: Simple & Instant Cloud Computing Overview: InstaCompute is an upcoming cloud solution from Indian Telecom Giant, Tata Communications, provisioning raw computing resources on-demand by offering Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions for cutting edge application development & testing, scalable web applications, cost effective and on –demand computing power whenever, wherever you need it. InstaCompute is competing in a market largely dominated by Amazon & Rackspace, by coming up with computing resources that are cheaper, more flexible, multiple payment options to choose from and an expanding choice of data centers, keeping the global nature of business in perspective.
IBM Conserves Water with Cloud Computing Cloud computing can also conserve water as proved by IBM which reduced water utilization by 6.6 percent and increased leak detection and response eightfold for the City of Dubuque. Dubuque deployed IBM’s analytics and cloud computing technology in 2010 as part of its Smarter Sustainable research program. Through this research program, both IBM and Dubuque empowered 151 households with information, analysis, insights and social computing around their water consumption for nine weeks. Smarter meter system was used for this research project, which collected and communicated water consumption to the IBM Research Cloud. This activity
Cloud Computing Future Still Bright Sixty percent of organizations will embrace cloud computing over the next five years, according to a new IBM study of more than 3,000 global CIOs. These CIOs, says IBM, will embrace cloud computing in order to grow their businesses and achieve competitive advantage. A similar study was undertaken by IBM in 2009 and the number of CIOs who said that they would utilize cloud has almost doubled than the last time. According to IBM, businesses are now demanding more amounts of information due to which there is an increasing demand for simple and direct access