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What Makes Cloud Computing Such a Powerful Technology?

Adnan Raja August 4, 2015 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments
  • Cloud – It’s About Getting Things Done
  • Parity of IT Access Throughout the Business World
  • The Case of São Paulo, Brazil
  • Partners to Compete in the Business World

As we all know, technology moves fast. Cloud, which first started to gain prominence in 2006, has been gathering speed ever since. According to a forecast from Global Industry Analysts, Inc. (GIA), the worldwide market for cloud hardware alone will exceed $79 billion by 2018. Cloud has become so widespread behind the scenes that the vast majority of people probably have no idea how much they are relying on the technology.

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EMM, BYOD & Cloud – How the Cloud Improves Enterprise Mobility Management

Adnan Raja August 3, 2015 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

Cloud computing and enterprise mobility management (EMM) are a perfect combination. A Cloud Hosting option can enable easier deployment, security, and control of EMM scenarios, particularly bring-your-own-device (BYOD).

  • Why BYOD?
  • EMM Via the BYOD Cloud for Security
  • Cloud-Delivered EMM Prevents Time-Wasting
  • Cloud BYOD Optimizes Efficiency
  • Strong Cloud Partner for BYOD

Cloud computing and the gradual transition to a work environment without walls are related trends that create opportunities for businesses. Using cloud, companies can develop a stronger competitive edge and streamline their businesses with mobile, as long as they adopt strong and secure management of their employees’ devices.

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Cloud VPS vs. Traditional VPS vs. Private Cloud

Adnan Raja June 18, 2015 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

VPS Changing with the Cloud

A critical concern when exploring hosting solutions is deciding whether you want to go with the innovative, newer option or to stick with the traditional model.  Public Cloud Hosting has grown astronomically in recent years. Perhaps 2014 was the year that cloud graduated from test projects and startups to enterprise acceptance, with General Electric announcing that it was already running 90% of new applications through the public cloud.

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Businesses to Harness the Internet of Things via cloud computing

Adnan Raja May 13, 2015 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

You may have heard last year that General Electric was completely committing itself to the public cloud. This really was a major announcement just for the sheer size, prominence, and historical success of GE. General Electric tech COO Chris Drumgoole remarked that more than nine out of every ten applications deployed by the corporation throughout 2014 were built and released via cloud computing.

“If you look at our new apps, north of 90 percent of what we deployed this year has gone into a public cloud environment,” Drumgoole explained. “We still have a lot of old stuff that hasn’t moved yet, but if you look at our new stuff, we’re there.”

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The Challenge and Promise of Big Data

Adnan Raja April 6, 2015 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

As the Internet has grown, so has the amount of data and the extent to which data is valued – most notably by the government and publicly traded companies, although even small businesses appreciate the insights they collect from Google Analytics and similar services. Stockpiling and scrutinizing data is considered an extraordinarily powerful way to deliver better products; understand how people use websites and applications; track employee performance; determine the most effective marketing language; and more.

According to projections released by International Data Corporation, the big data market will maintain a CAGR of 26% through 2018, when sales of big data services will hit $42 billion.

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10 Nuggets from the 2015 Cloud Computing Stats

Adnan Raja March 23, 2015 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments
  • Power: Supercomputers & Leapfrogging
  • Statistical Nugget #1 – Cisco
  • Statistical Nugget #2 – Centaur Partners
  • Statistical Nugget #3 – Computerworld
  • Statistical Nugget #4 – Forrester
  • Statistical Nugget #5 – Forrester
  • Statistical Nugget #6 – Goldman Sachs
  • Statistical Nugget #7 – Network World
  • Statistical Nugget #8 – IDC
  • Statistical Nugget #9 – IDC
  • Statistical Nugget #10 – IDC
  • Cloud from a Proven Provider, Not a Startup

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Building the Tax Cloud

Sam Guiliano March 11, 2015 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

It’s unseen, but it’s changing our lives. We can watch movies from any location and fill our  phones with applications that offer data accessible “in real time” because of the high speed and low cost of cloud technology.

However, the accounting world has often not made full use of cloud, unaware of innovations in public cloud security and the emergence of the hybrid model, which allows companies to integrate public and private components. Four out of 10 (41%) accountants reported in a 2014 Network Management Group poll that they were not using any cloud computing services, while 3 in 10 (32%) said that they were converting, at least, one of their applications to the cloud by 2016.

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State of the Legal Cloud – Overview & Highlights

Adnan Raja March 4, 2015 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

The American Bar Association focuses heavily on technology, with its Legal Technology Resource Center (LTRC) releasing the ABA TechReport every year.

Technology author Dennis Kennedy wrote a report on cloud computing for the 2014 edition, revealing incredible growth in the legal cloud over the next 6-12 months:  35% of non-cloud firms expect to use web-based apps or deploy the ultra-reliable, supercomputer-trumping virtual machines themselves for the first time.

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Cloud Migration Tips for Attorneys

Adnan Raja February 23, 2015 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments
  • ABA: Many Lawyers Migrating to Cloud
  • Why the Legal Cloud Trend?
  • Migration Checklist
  • Partnering with Experts

ABA: Many Lawyers Migrating to Cloud

The 2014 Legal Technology Survey Report from the American Bar Association (ABA) revealed that attorneys are rapidly migrating to the cloud in 2015. Although only 30% of respondents said that they were currently using the cloud, 35% of non-cloud firms reported that they were planning a cloud transition within 6 to 12 months.

Recognizing how prevalent cloud technology is becoming in the legal profession, the ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center (LTRC) released a list of migration advice through its Law Technology Today blog.

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