Cloud computing in higher education is used more often that it is realized. An article in Sys-Con shares more reasons why cloud is a technology that this industry can leverage on to have advancement opportunities without having to worry about costs.
United States bar groups are catching up to cloud technology as they are taking initiatives in training attorneys on the proper use of the cloud without compromising their ethical duties to maintain client confidentiality.
Mold designers can now do much more with cloud-based program Autodesk Moldflow as it gives improved capabilities for simulation and allows access to large models through a remote server, giving their own systems the ability to run other programs.
A study on the insurance industry shows that cloud computing will allow insurers to become more agile to enter new markets. The study also identifies some recommendations to address primary technical hurdles to moving more assets to the cloud.
Community clouds, defined as industry-tailored public clouds, are seen to become widespread. Which vertical industries will most benefit from this type of cloud technology and what are its advantages of public clouds?
A study conducted on the energy and utility industry showed how cloud adoption by companies enables energy exploration and production.
Telcos saw an opportunity from acquiring cloud service providers by maintaining customers within their own network. This also allows them to expand and package their product offerings to provide more comprehensive business solutions.
Cloud technology has now entered the retail industry as Red Prairie Commerce Cloud, a solution that will integrate e-commerce applications, is introduced to the market.
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