Hybrid Cloud: The Influential Factor Of Flexibility You might have seen many articles on private cloud or a public cloud, but a cloud strategy is not limited to this only. The answer may be in an intermediate range, the Hybrid Cloud. First of all, let’s see how these services are deployed. Private cloud – internalized or externalized: A private cloud is a cloud infrastructure operated directly and exclusively by an organization. The best known example is that of a cloud that runs on an internal IT company. Obviously, this infrastructure can be internalized. Under these conditions it is operated by
Public Clouds Have Internal IT Beat for New Projects, and It’s Slowly Killing off Enterprise IT For departments in organizations that need to get an application deployed, the fastest and most effective option is renting IT resources on a public cloud such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), rather than working with the internal IT department. As a result, cloud providers like AWS are slowly killing off enterprise IT, as on-premise IT staff and hardware are needed less and less. This ease of application deployment on a public cloud comes from the democratization of the application deployment process: Anyone with a
The Impact of IT Trends in Mobile Cloud Computing The Rise of Mobile Commerce: Most modern businesses use mobile devices in their daily transactions. In fact, studies show that more than 30% of all mobile users spend around 27 minutes every day texting, calling or video chatting. Based on your budget, ?-commerce’ can be structured into either an app or interactive mobile site. Phone-based websites give users the convenience of accessing virtual content from any place or time. Nowadays, people walk with their handsets everywhere they go even when traveling. Fragility of mobile devices: With the ongoing rapid development of wireless communication
Cloud Infographic: Information Security Workforce Everyday there are more articles citing security as the top concern holding back public cloud adoption. While cloud means many things to different people, so does the term security. In discussions with business and industry experts, security concerns really boil down to the classic CIA—now CIAA—triad: confidentiality, integrity, availability and the more recently appended “audit”. Continue Reading Included is an excellent infographic provided by the group at PraetorianGuard covering the ever important issues involving information security in the workforce. Infographic Source: PraetorianGuard
Oracle Introduces Oracle Government Cloud For North American Region Tech giant Oracle launched the Oracle Government Cloud today in the North American region with an aim to strengthen its connection with government agencies as the top cloud service provider. The Oracle Government Cloud, in its essence, is an advanced form of the Oracle Cloud solution, delivering a broad and complete portfolio of public, private and hybrid cloud offerings. Through a news release on its website, Oracle claimed that its new cloud solution is the ‘best-in-class’ option available in the market that offers ‘integrated capabilities across multiple service options’ for government agencies.
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