The Right Way To Do Exchange In The Cloud The Story of Exchange Server For the past decade, front office and back office systems, such as CRM, payroll, and document management, have gradually moved to the cloud. That change has been relatively seamless. But now enterprises are contemplating and executing the migration of once immovable major systems that have been ensconced inside the walls of the corporation for decades. At the top of the list is Exchange Server, Microsoft’s enterprise stalwart. With the introduction of Office 365 in 2011, Microsoft is encouraging businesses to shift core apps like Exchange, SharePoint
Five Ways Service Providers Are On Course To Miss The Boat In Cloud Services Service providers (SPs) have a golden, but short-lived opportunity to commercialize the $30B cloud services market before AWS and others call it “game over.” By being more agile, able to scale and playing to their strengths, SPs can use the cloud to not only consolidate their existing revenue streams but create new ones. Trouble is, outdated mindsets and a lack of customer-first innovations are causing too many SPs to let the cloud services opportunity sail away without them. Here’s a look at the five ways SPs
Plan Ahead for a Successful Cloud Migration Migrating your information systems to the cloud can be a complex process. However, the factors most attributable to the success of the project are not. By addressing these issues well in advance, you will avoid many of the pitfalls that can derail migration projects. Below are some questions to ask before you initiate the project. Your responses will provide a clear roadmap for the overall project and should make it easier to isolate and resolve more technical issues as they arise. (Image Source: Shutterstock) Why are you migrating your systems to the cloud?
Cloud Infographic: The History Of Managed Service Providers (MSPs) Managed Service Providers (or local technology providers) stand to benefit the most from such initiatives because they then earn a chance to develop efficient cloud services that score well on simplicity, security, local orientation and economies of scales. This way, the cloud ecosystems will be sufficiently expanded to allow organizations (the end user clients) to utilize cloud services and solutions that are based on acceptable global standards. ProfitBricks provides us with an excellent infographic (Below) detailing the history of the MSP market. Infographic Source: ProfitBricks
Cloud Startup-ECmanaged Times have changed in the cloud management arena. Instead of recycling applications, the end-user can clone them, which is another word of scaling apps, at will. More so, it is now possible to operate under various cloud providers at discretion, sometimes dismissing certain instances of their offers and activating those of others at wish. There is more than meets the eye, indeed, in the whole cannon of cloud management and application-synchronization services of ECmanaged. This cloud startup has made it to the GigaOm’s calendar event of every year, Structure Europe, for the following reason: ‘enabling users to take
Cisco to Introduce New Certification for Cloud Management Transverse, Leostream also push cloud technology aggressively A number of major cloud industry leaders including Transverse, Leostream and market giant Cisco announced aggressive cloud-based campaigns which is likely to beef up the race for cloud supremacy. One of the world’s leading cloud billing specialist Transverse joined the Rackspace Hosting-led Cloud Tools Marketplace today, revealed a report on Yahoo Finance. As a result of the partnership, subscribers of Rackspace public cloud product portfolio would get to enjoy cutting-edge products like TRACT from Tranverse, the gold-standard cloud billing platform dedicated to subscription management and
Ethics On The Cloud Ethics and morality have always been dictated by culture and the times. It takes on different forms and their forms from different places and time periods often contradict each other, and what is considered ethical or moral in one era may not be in another. The World Wide Web, and now more recently the move to Cloud Computing and the social revolution is changing the norms of our world’s cultures and ethics and morality along with it. Just a decade ago it was very unethical to read someone else’s letter, it still is, but the medium
The Creator Of PHP Shows Jelastic Support, As Advisor PALO ALTO, Ca., July 1, 2013 - Jelastic Inc., the creators of the cloud hosting platform for Java and PHP applications (http://Jelastic.com), today announced that Rasmus Lerdorf, the creator of the PHP scripting language will serve the company as an Advisor. In this capacity, he will support Jelastic with access to his technical expertise and help them to create innovative new technology. Rasmus is also a distinguished engineer at Etsy; he authored the first two versions of the PHP language and participated in the development of later versions led by a group of