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Cloud computing adoption behaviours shift

Posted by Laura Hayes on May 14, 2015 6:36:00 PM

Cloud computing has forever transformed the ways in which organizations operate, essentially acting as the foundation for virtually all of the major trends that have sprouted up in corporate IT throughout the past decade or so. Although it would be hard to make the case that the cloud is the only reason why major shifts in strategies and capabilities such as enterprise mobility have gained traction, it is objectively clear that it has played a major role in the private sector's recent progress. 

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Topics: Virtualization and Cloud

There is no cloud computing plateau

Posted by Laura Hayes on May 7, 2015 11:28:00 AM

A few years back, it was somewhat challenging to recognize which movements in corporate computing would be short-lived, passing fads, and which would be transformative, operationally advantageous trends that could last. Cloud computing was certainly one of the many types of progressive technological innovations to sprout up and be called out as overly hyped by more skeptical analysts and experts, but these assessments have simply not been accurate. 

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Topics: Virtualization and Cloud

EMC's Federation - A business model that matches today's market velocity

Posted by Aoife McMonagle on Apr 10, 2015 11:13:00 AM

By Eric Ng, EVP Sales.

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Topics: Infrastructure, IT Security, Cloud, Private Cloud, Virtualization and Cloud, Storage, Security

In focus: Technology's impact on competition

Posted by Aoife McMonagle on Mar 27, 2015 7:07:13 PM

The private sector has become a more robust and diverse battleground of late, with smaller, medium-sized and larger enterprises seeing the playing field level with greater consistency as the years go on. One of the key drivers of the level playing field has been modern IT, although most notably cloud computing solutions that have made it more possible for entrepreneurs to get their feet on the ground and gain traction without as much financial backing. 

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Topics: Virtualization and Cloud

Cloud computing market in Canada continues to evolve

Posted by Aoife McMonagle on Mar 3, 2015 12:07:54 PM

The cloud computing market has grown rapidly and intensively throughout the past decade, with organizations in virtually every industry, public sectors around the globe and households all over adopting the tools for a wealth of purposes. Not so long ago, experts were predicting that the cloud would transform from a novel technology into a ubiquitous utility that serves as the foundation of most IT frameworks and strategies, placing the forecast to come to fruition by the middle of the next decade. 

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Topics: Virtualization and Cloud

Controversy builds around Canada's new cloud computing proposal

Posted by Aoife McMonagle on Mar 3, 2015 12:07:51 PM

Many governments from around the globe have started to embrace cloud computing, with the United States, countries in Europe and now Canada appearing to be the most aggressive in these endeavours. There is no doubt that cloud services can help public sectors reduce expenditures, improve the speed and agility of their agencies, make more of data, enable mobility and much more, but experts appear concerned about certain aspects of government cloud management. 

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Topics: Virtualization and Cloud

One security expert's provocative action

Posted by Aoife McMonagle on Mar 3, 2015 12:07:49 PM

The data security conversation has certainly heated up in North America and abroad throughout the past several years, driven to intensity by the clear issues being faced with respect to privacy protection, fraud and the like. One of the more consistent themes in this discussion has been the relatively shoddy management of access codes, most notably simple passwords and usernames that have been consistently compromised by a wealth of threats. 

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Topics: Virtualization and Cloud

Cloud computing's impact on business management

Posted by Aoife McMonagle on Mar 3, 2015 12:07:44 PM

Since roughly five years ago, cloud computing markets have been on a proverbial tear, with adoption rates skyrocketing right from the start and still growing exponentially as the years progress. Although a majority of organizations in many nations have been using the cloud for at least one core business process for a few years now, the spread is now more involved in the expansion of relevant strategies to migrate more functions into these computing environments. 

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Topics: Virtualization and Cloud

Cloud computing's impact on business management

Posted by Aoife McMonagle on Feb 27, 2015 7:07:17 PM

Since roughly five years ago, cloud computing markets have been on a proverbial tear, with adoption rates skyrocketing right from the start and still growing exponentially as the years progress. Although a majority of organizations in many nations have been using the cloud for at least one core business process for a few years now, the spread is now more involved in the expansion of relevant strategies to migrate more functions into these computing environments. 

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Topics: Virtualization and Cloud

Controversy builds around Canada's new cloud computing proposal

Posted by Aoife McMonagle on Feb 24, 2015 1:07:21 PM

Many governments from around the globe have started to embrace cloud computing, with the United States, countries in Europe and now Canada appearing to be the most aggressive in these endeavours. There is no doubt that cloud services can help public sectors reduce expenditures, improve the speed and agility of their agencies, make more of data, enable mobility and much more, but experts appear concerned about certain aspects of government cloud management. 

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Topics: Virtualization and Cloud