When it comes to transitioning to a cloud model, regardless of the industry, change is a necessary part of ensuring that the migration process is successful and appropriately meets the needs of every business. Organizational changes must be identified in terms of both staff and technology in order for cloud migration to successfully solve business problems.
The cloud evolution continues as organizations are moving from private to public cloud. Gradually, business units are seeing the value of the public cloud and are realizing that the private cloud is simply an extension of the traditional, wholly-owned-and-operated infrastructure.
In the near future, Gartner believes that majority of private clouds will migrate to hybrid. This article shows how to properly plan and consider factors in choosing the right hybrid cloud.
The cloud’s pay-for-what-you-eat philosophy is what attracts Wall Street firms to adopt the technology. Is the private cloud more cost-efficient compared to the existing system that these firms are using?
The 2012 Australian Open will be using a private cloud computing system to provide real-time, uninterrupted, quality data to fans all over the world.
Within the concept of Cloud Hosting, there are three different types of cloud hosting, each of them the right solution for different needs. Learn more about Public, Private and Hybrid Cloud Hosting.
Healthcare industry adoption of cloud computing continues to grow as amounts of data and storage needs increases.
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Here are a few things to consider when balancing out the needs of your business while looking at the various pros and cons for each of the three types of cloud hosting solutions.
Many IT organizations fail to consider performance when planning a migration to the cloud. They should consider these three tips on performance.