It is no longer news that public cloud technology provides an unparalleled flexibility and speed when compared with hosting IT infrastructures on rigid and slow traditional servers.
Recent investigations in online education reveal an encouraging trend about how cloud computing is positively influencing e-learning strategies by necessitating efficiency and expanding the reach of cloud-based education to students that are barred by distance and busy working schedules.
Although cloud computing is gradually becoming mainstream within organizations of all sizes, there still remains the concern over data security and encryption, especially in the public cloud.
Many enterprises are starting to recognize the benefits of migrating legacy IT systems to the cloud. However with some organizations the concerns over security and privacy still prevail, especially when it comes to a public cloud environment.
As the concept of cloud computing is being gradually adopted in various fields of human endeavors, there are still a number of misconceptions people associate with public cloud computing. One of these concerns about cloud technology is that: does it bring about true cost reduction or is it a mere cost transfer ideology?
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.
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?
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.
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.