Cloud & 3D Printing – Next-Generation Manufacturing Set Up Global engineering has started its journey towards cloud computing. This transformation is not just a fashion – the move from traditional business models to Internet has been gaining hold over the past decade. The 451 Research says, “Cloud market’s revenues will go above $20 billion by 2016. Cloud computing is making the manufacturing process smarter and leaner – and welcoming to Industrial Revolution. John Koten says, “Although there is little similarity between digital manufacturing environment and traditional way of making things, the industrial revolution is shattering the existing business models”. How
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Virtual World Environments And The Cloud When people think of the term “cloud,” often the dominant concept that comes to mind is one of storage and data transfer or perhaps the related issues of security and uptime. But the technology behind the cloud also offers a very human side, since it changes the way people interact, learn and develop, and this is something that industry giant VMware understands and embraces in both word and action. Fresh from their monster VMworld event held late August in San Francisco, and concurrent with the European event happening in Barcelona, VMware continues to demonstrate just
Cloud Infographic: The Future Of The Cloud Nice infographic provided courtesy of CWCS.co.uk which predicts that two-thirds of all workloads will be processed in the cloud by 2016. Infographic Source: www.CWCS.co.uk
Cloud Infographic: The Booming Cloud Today’s infographic is courtesy of ClickSoftware and delves into a number areas in the way businesses are using the cloud. Infographic Source: ClickSoftware
How Cloud Computing Can Make Your Business Run More Efficiently It was only a matter of time before businesses turned to alternative methods of storing and processing data. At the rate businesses were expanding, it wasn’t worth storing the data physically and running all of the processes locally. Enter cloud computing. Cloud computing is essentially utilizing the Internet to manage, store, and process data instead of hosting it locally. Many businesses are turning toward cloud computing, and here are a few reasons why. Expanding Storage Potential With an increase in business comes more data. That data has to be stored
Cloud Infographic: Workplace Technology Is In Transition How far has technology advanced over the last 100 years in the Workplace? This visually inviting infographic by Knoll has some of those answers. Infographic Source: Knoll.com