Why BYOD Is Boosting Business Cloud Computing Adoption The popularity of BYOD (or ‘Bring Your Own Device’) has surged in recent years, with around 67% of employees bringing their own computing tech into the office for work – whether that’s something large like a laptop to function as your ‘office computer’, or something smaller like a smartphone or tablet which is used for pulling up data and accessing records while in the boardroom and away from your desk. With the cloud computing market value expected to reach hundreds of billions of dollars within the next years, it comes as no
Cloud Infographic – Evolution Of The Cell Phone Here is an in-depth infographic provided by http://www.computersciencedegreehub.com which showcases some of the more popular models over the years such as the $3,995 1983 Motorola DynaTAC 8000X to the more recent Cloud ready 2013 Samsung Galaxy S4 Smartphone.
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
The Impact of IT Trends in Mobile Cloud Computing The Rise of Mobile Commerce: Most modern businesses use mobile devices in their daily transactions. In fact, studies show that more than 30% of all mobile users spend around 27 minutes every day texting, calling or video chatting. Based on your budget, ?-commerce’ can be structured into either an app or interactive mobile site. Phone-based websites give users the convenience of accessing virtual content from any place or time. Nowadays, people walk with their handsets everywhere they go even when traveling. Fragility of mobile devices: With the ongoing rapid development of wireless communication
In a World without Windows, Who Needs Gates? – Windows 8 Migration “In a world without windows, who needs gates?” - Scott McNealy, co-founder of Sun Microsystems. It’s been quite some years since Scott McNealy uttered these critical, yet extremely witty, words aimed at long time rival Bill Gates and his most popular product Windows (just capitalize “gates” and “windows” in the quote above, and the intention becomes clear). However, even as the world railed against frequent Windows upgrades and the occasional failure like Windows Vista, Windows continued to survive, even thrive. In fact, it was McNealy’s Sun Microsystems that
TV Goes Original On Xbox One Cloud Platform There are two influences that have made the new gaming console, Xbox One, to go to traditional media to succor its audiences: Cloud computing has made it possible to relay a number of media from one station, in either live relay, playback streaming or as content with ads. The gaming realm has recently moved from consoles to more accessible and portable devices like mobile devices. This has necessitated Microsoft to appropriate new content for its console rather than mere games. Cloud Computing, TV and Xbox One There is nothing that compares to
Cloud Infographic: Unlocking Mobile Cloud The plethora of mobile devices with smartphones and tablets leading the wave of a new era of computing, CIOs and IT managers wake up to a nightmare i.e. mobile management. Mobile management spans both, the platform or the mobile devices and content which in the case of enterprises would be sensitive business data which an employee accesses and perhaps stores on the mobile device. Attached is an excellent infographic provided by SAP which provides some insightful details surrounding mobile cloud computing. Infographic Source: SAP
It Is All New Ideas In Canada’s Cloud And Tech Meetings On June 19 to 21, Canadians and other worldly geeks have a chance to attend a conference on ideas that goes under the theme Ideacity. There will be more than meets the eye in this conference, as it will attract a plethora of idea spinners, who dream big and bring the ideal to the table. One of these will be able to offer a sample of how cloud computing can make 3-dimension printing a reality to anyone who wishes to churn out as many copies with different sides as