Taking the PBX into the Cloud No matter how dramatic the reductions in OPEX, no matter how impressive the promised ROI, small and medium businesses cannot afford to rip and replace current infrastructure every time a technology breakthrough makes headlines. Take the case of the PBX—on-premise equipment and systems have become increasingly complex and unwieldy to support and upgrade. Cloud-hosted PBX services, in contrast, offer an enticing list of cost-saving IP communications capabilities: Enterprise-class unified communications features (audio-video conferencing, integrated voicemail and email, automatic call forwarding, and more) Integration with other enterprise-class business applications (instant messaging, conference room scheduling, etc.)
Cloud Infographic: Programming Languages To Build Your Cloud What programming languages are the building blocks to help develop and facilitate these present and future cloud platforms? Where can we learn and develop these skills in order to help us build our own careers? A couple of options would be to visit sites such as Stackoverflow which can provide you with a good source of information. Another option to consider are the numerous technology jobs sites to help you better determine what prerequisites are required for landing that job. It’s an old tactic, but still applies today… Attached is a truly novel infographic by VeraCode which provides a
Cloud Infographic: Cloud Savings Cloud computing is quickly becoming a standard for business organizations, big or small. Everywhere you look in the industry cloud computing is being praised as the go to solution for companies trying to save money on IT costs and leverage their business processes to increase profits and probably save time too. But it is seldom shown how cloud computing benefits companies in terms of return on investment (ROI). Well let us explore some ways to calculate ROI from cloud computing and maybe convince more people to consider this new computing paradigm. See also: Calculating the True Cost of On-Premise
What Kind Of Cloud User Are You? 1. The Martha Stewart “During the spring time sometimes I like to decorate my cloud with festive ornamental grasses and hay to give it a more vibrate feel for others to enjoy. It is a good thing. “ You might be a mom or some girl wanting to be (and I can’t stress enough of how much I do not want to use this word, but the internet is holding my Netflix account hostage until I mention it in an article) adorkable. One thing is for certain you are the kind of person
The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – Down The Drain 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.
SMEs Dropping In-house Datacenters in Favor of Cloud We have often discussed that virtualization itself does not mean cloud computing, but rather it is the combination of virtualization and the delivery models being used to distribute the resources. And it is becoming clear that the benefits of cloud computing are starting to show despite unfounded fears that cloud computing is relatively unsafe. It is becoming a trend for small and medium companies to let go of their small data centers in favor of migrating their data and applications to the cloud. This is evidence that people are starting to understand the
Cloud Computing Is Getting Cheaper, The Beauty Of Competition The biggest selling point of cloud computing is its affordability and accessibility to small and medium organizations; it can even be free for personal use. This means that anyone can harness the power of cloud computing to little or no cost. Google, Amazon and other players within that space offer free versions of their services but for more functions and resource capacity, the pay-per-use model takes over. The barrier of entry on the cloud is steadily decreasing. On the 4th of April, Google announced that the Google Compute Engine (GCE) cloud service, an on-demand VM service