The billion dollar empire that is the gaming industry has hit a major breakthrough with cloud hosting rising to fame. Hosted on various virtual servers, gamers experience a new high with easier access and lower costs delivered by cloud hosting companies.
A recent CompTIA report, SpiceWorks Voice of IT: State of SMB IT, shows how SMB organizations are adapting to business growth with virtual servers.
As we begin to look to the coming year, one of the focus points for many SMBs will be data management and how they can strategize making the most of their new cloud vps servers capabilities.
As MaidPro grew to 120 locations nationwide, they adapted business software to emerging cloud technology by utilizing virtual servers to host in-house software.
SAP has developed a series of cloud management tools that will allow a transition from your data centers into the cloud much easier to accomplish.
Small and medium businesses can take advantage of new cloud technologies, like virtual servers, without breaking the bank.
Healthcare industry adoption of cloud computing continues to grow as amounts of data and storage needs increases.
CloudBeat 2011 is an upcoming event that will showcase stories of disruptive technology companies that have seen great success utilizing the cloud.
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.
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