Key Findings Of Study: Cloud Services Remains Elusive For Many Enterprises Companies Need A Unified Cloud and Network Strategy to Maximize Full Benefits of Cloud Computing, Software-as-a-Service, and Other Cloud-Based Services HERNDON, VA – October 2, 2013 – Although cloud-based services are now widely utilized by the vast majority of enterprises, a new study by Forrester Consulting has found that many organizations are not realizing the full potential value of these services because their networks are not prepared to support the increased bandwidth demands and complexity of multiple cloud-based services. The September 2013 commissioned study, “Building for the Future: What the New
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Factors That Slow Down Cloud Computing Progress Cloud computing has become the technology to be relied upon nowadays. Individuals and businesses in equal measure utilize it in different capacities because it has numerous benefits, such as efficiency in running IT function processes and affordability. Despite of this, there are many people who don’t fully take advantage of cloud computing’s potential. This article gives you some of the probable reasons for this trend. Cloud computing cynics For every great technology that comes around, there are cynics and pessimists, along with enthusiasts. Cloud computing cynics are not your average conspiracy theory fans.
100% Cloud Based Companies? Yes, It’s Possible! Everyone is talking about the cloud. Business applications are moving to the cloud. The shift from traditional software models to Internet based solutions has steadily gained momentum over the last 10 years. The next decade promises new ways of collaboration, via cloud computing and mobile devices. Life before cloud computing for traditional business applications was always quite complicated, not to mention expensive. The amount and variety of hardware and software required to run them was daunting. You needed a whole team of experts to install, configure, test, run, secure, and update them. Cloud
Cloud Infographic: 2012 Cloud Adoption Survey Here is a straightforward infographic outlining a recent survey conducted by Rackspace with over 500 IT Decision makers. Source: Rackspace Blog
Research Report: Feds Rejoice The Cloud Way, With $5 bn In Annual Savings Statistics have it that the federal government is enjoying a definite cutback in expenditure, estimated to be $5.5 billion per annum as an outcome of their thoughtful shift towards cloud-based services. The numbers have been accumulated by interviewing 108 federal CIOs and IT managers. On top of that, an increased aggression in the pro-cloud stir is expected to result in annual savings mounting to a mammoth $12 billion. Entitled “Cloudy with a Chance of Savings”, the research report was published by MeriTalk Cloud Computing Exchange, and the
Alcatel-Lucent connects communications networks and the cloud New CloudBand ‘carrier cloud’ solution brings the reliability, security and high performance of communications networks to the cloud services market Paris – November 17, 2011 – Today Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) is introducing a new solution, called CloudBand, which brings together the computing power and flexibility of the cloud with the high performance, reliability and security of communications networks. CloudBand is the foundation for a new class of ‘carrier cloud’ services that will enable communications service providers to bring the benefits of the cloud to their own networks and business operations, and put them in an ideal
The Top Ten Considerations for Cloud Computing Business and IT decision makers are increasingly confused by the rising number and type of cloud computing solutions. Everyone it would seem is now promising to save you time and money with this or that kind of web-based service for everything from email and enterprise applications to storage and data management. Regardless of the information overload, however, organizations of all types and sizes must embrace the age of computing without borders to increase competitive advantage and grow their business. Sounds great, but it isn’t easy. This on-demand Webcast, featuring the editors of TechRepublic