DreamHost Introduces DreamCompute Public Cloud Computing Service A Scalable, Resilient, and Secure OpenStack Powered Cloud for Entrepreneurs and Developers LOS ANGELES, California—October 15, 2012—DreamHost®, a global leader in Web hosting and cloud services, today announced DreamCompute™, a highly scalable and cost-effective cloud computing platform for Internet entrepreneurs and developers. Using DreamCompute’s open source infrastructure-as-a-service platform that is Powered by OpenStack®, customers can create and prosper in the cloud, powering Web and mobile applications, digital media and e-commerce Web sites, big data analytics, and test and development environments. DreamCompute is an exciting new edition to DreamHost’s growing portfolio of services, which include shared, virtual
Mobile Cloud Computing: What Does The Future Hold? When industry pundits forecast in 2006 that the usage need of data would surpass that of the voice market, not many could not conceptualize such a market outlook. Five years later and the ratio would pitch data market at nearly 70% of the mobile market and growing. The mobile technology has witnessed tremendous advances in recent years such that experts have reckoned that mobile cloud will colligate cloud computing in the next few years. Mobile cloud computing is set to impact and transform the mobile communication landscape and the whole computing infrastructure.
Managing Mobile Devices Connecting to the Cloud As new innovations continue to fill the technology marketplace, a shift in how business and the IT consumer alike utilize technology is shaping the face of a more connected. We are becoming more streamlined in our day to day processes, thanks largely in part to the power of mobile computing. Computing technology available off the shelf is pound-for-pound, far more powerful and as such more sustainable, than ever before. Take into consideration the power of virtual computing and it would seem that the journey is just beginning. Like a Lightning Bolt Mobile devices
The Prospects Of Finding Employment In The Cloud Computing Field Employers, who are looking for new hires, are searching for people with basic foundations in technology. Aside from that, they also want that applicant to possess people and business skills. Thus, if you’re somebody who’s trying to find work, you must ensure that you have these skills. The modern office environment is being invaded by mobile and cloud technologies. Therefore, job hunters must be familiar with such technologies to increase their chances of being hired. A cloud expert is one who is familiar with Platform-as-a-service because it is utilized to
Procter and Gamble Collaborates in the Cloud with Box Box has deployed its cloud content management solution to 18,000 globally distributed P&G employees. Box has signed Procter and Gamble as a customer to this end and anticipates increased adoption over the next three years. “P&G’s deployment marks a major turning point for Box and, more broadly, cloud adoption in the enterprise,” said Aaron Levie, co-founder and CEO of Box. “Cloud services like Box are no longer merely filling the gaps between outdated systems or providing a workaround for frustrated users; they’re transforming the way entire organizations manage information and collaboration
UK Public Sector Shifts Closer to the Cloud The UK Government’s Information and Communications Technology strategy highlights the need to move to cloud computing, and this demand is being addressed by cloud collaboration specialist, Huddle. Used by more than 85,000 organizations worldwide, including Disney, Huddle notes that the UK government’s shift towards cloud computing is gathering pace due to government-wide agreed terms with the organization. Huddle is already working with over 60 per cent of central government departments, and will now support the Government Cloud Programme. The cloud supplier will recognize government as a single ICT customer, and actively work