Yammer’s Integration With SharePoint – Part 2 Read Part 1 Future Road Map of SharePoint-Yammer Integration According to Jared Spataro, Senior Director, Microsoft Office Division, who also leads the SharePoint business and works closely with Adam Pisoni and David Sacks on Yammer integration, their next step would be integration with Office365. Summer of this year will witness an update in Office 365 service and customers will be able to replace the SharePoint newsfeed with Yammer. This feature is desired as many customers are worried about confusing their users with two different feeds, and this update will allow them to simply
Calculating the True Cost of On-Premise and Cloud Software Investments As Cloud technologies continue to evolve, more and more software buyers are seriously evaluating software as a service (SaaS) solutions against on-premise offerings. While there are many factors that influence which deployment model is best for any particular business (e.g., ability to manage IT internally and speed of deployment) the cost of the system is often a key factor. But comparing the true cost of a Cloud-based system against an on-premise system can be time-consuming and is often a complex undertaking. For instance, most buyers understand that on-premise licenses are
The Five Strange Uses of Cloud Computing 1. Slowly becoming the next Person on a Hoarders Documentary There are many times where I find myself sitting at home writing in my dream journal about pointless concepts and not working. This might be because people think reading anything these days that is not a description attached to a streaming video has become as glamorous as a cassette tape of Westboro Baptist Church’s Sunday morning services. One concept in particular I have been fascinating about is what if your email account could manifest itself into a house. Now bear with me, taking
The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – Mischievous Easter Bunny 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.
Virtualization: Benefit From The Online VMware Forum 2013 We live in a cynical world, hard-wired to suspect anything that is offered for free. However, one thing that you should never balk at is free education. And if that education is in the hottest area in Information Technology (IT) – virtualization – you shouldn’t just be enthusiastic about it, you should literally be running to the location. What’s so great about virtualization, you say? Well, let’s look at some of its benefits, shall we? Virtualization can help save companies money through optimum use of IT resources by consolidating and reallocating them based on
How Hosted PBX can enhance Cloud Security Cloud security has become a critical job responsibility for a majority of North American IT professionals. In its recent survey, AccelOps, Inc., a leader in integrated Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), performance and availability monitoring software, interviewed 176 IT security professionals. One of the key findings was that responsibility for cloud security rests overwhelmingly (78%) with businesses’ internal IT staff. Hosted PBX phone service can enhance overall cloud security while lessening the already significant load on IT personnel. (Read The Full Cloud Security Survey Report) Here’s how moving your phone service to
The 5-3-2 Principle of Cloud Computing: An Easier Approach Even though, cloud computing has become exceedingly common, the fact remains that people seem to have differing opinions when it comes to its definition. The issue is not the lack of definition or the lack of an agreed coherent one, but rather the lack of apparent direction. Cloud computing is an extremely large topic, but it is being used in very specific ways. In the same vein that makes it hard for people to stay on the same page when talking about general computing without agreeing to something specific, people need