The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – Thin Client By David Fletcher Our comic collection has simply taken the light side of cloud computing to a whole new level. So after a long day’s work in the cloud, you can stop by our comic library for that much deserved moment of fun before you call it a day. Review the full library For the reuse of our CloudTweaks comic images for print, web or related, please contact us regarding.
Cloud Computing and Thin Clients When I began looking at thin client applications, I was pretty darned sure that the weight loss industry had come up with yet another way to separate overweight people from their money. Introducing Thin Technology Thin clients have been around for as long as there have been computers tied together in networks. The concept is pretty simple; individual users do not need full access to a computer to do their work, so rather than placing a fully functional computer on each desk, a thin client machine provides just the functionality needed to accomplish the necessary
Air Force and Army Clouds Debate: Commercial or Gov’t? It is now official: cloud computing now has serious gov cred. We recently learned that the Air Force was strongly considering the possibility of leaping into the cloud, as a strategy to slash the girth of maintenance and operations in their budget, as well as to tighten security measures. Many readers will wince at that last aim; cloud computing and great security are hardly synonymous, they will muse. The Air Force has nevertheless honed in on several of the cloud’s virtues from a military perspective. These advantages may lie in cloud’s
Cloud Computing: Cloud Service Models – Part 3 Continued From Part 2… Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) This service model enables user organizations to forgo deployment of new datacenter equipment to handle growing operational needs. Rather, the business obtains needed IT infrastructure – servers, security, storage, networks, etc. – from a cloud services provider, often via a self-service catalog. While a user company can run applications, databases, operating systems and other software on top of its selected infrastructure, it has no direct control over or access to those machines. The cloud service provider manages the infrastructure, including any scaling up
Wyse Introduces New T50 Thin Client in UK Wyse Technology is introducing entry-level thin client computing in UK featuring best-in-class multimedia, performance and management capabilities. The company claims it is making Cloud Client Computing accessible to more UK businesses with the release of the Wyse T50 that delivers excellent web, Citrix, Microsoft, and VMware VDI user experience, all through an elegant and intuitive user interface. Suitable for all budgets and enterprises of all sizes, the Wyse T50 boasts enterprise feature set that defines a new standard for entry-level thin clients. It leverages the latest ARM v7 processor to deliver 2.5
How Small Businesses can gain a competitive advantage with Cloud Computing In our increasingly globalized world, small businesses need an effective communications network to span the geographically spread regions of the business. But the business applications required to achieve this are an expensive proposition in our current economic climate. This is making it more and more troublesome for smaller companies to compete with big corporations who hold seemingly infinite budgets. But we are now seeing the emergence of multi-tenanted business applications based upon a price-per-user model, or in other words, the Public Cloud. This is allowing smaller firms to enjoy
The Mobile Revolution A tidal wave of change is coming to the semiconductor industry and it is being driven by cloud computing, video and 4G, writes Ted Tewksbury president and CEO of Integrated Device Technology. The great thing about the semiconductor industry is that it completely disrupts itself every several years. Waves of change roll in and level the playing field. Today’s incumbents can disappear just as quickly as the dinosaurs, and technology transitions provide entry points for newcomers. Long term, the companies that win will be those that embrace and adapt to change. The best way to predict the
Revolutionizing mobile applications: Plugging into the Cloud It is often forgotten that not everyone owns a smart phone. As a result, not every mobile device is entitled to processing powers similar to those of the Snap Dragon processor. Majority of the people still use feature phones with low-end functionality and features. With limited battery life, storage space And Processing power of these devices, mobile cloud computing comes into the picture to save the day! An infrastructure that offers data storage and data processing at a remote location can be very beneficial for all mobile devices since feature mobile devices with