With latest data breaches, one of the major challenges faced by any organization is where to store data and how to get data off-site. In earlier days, data used to be saved on tapes and these tapes were then packed and shipped to off-sites. Then came cloud, but they also had problems, especially in terms of recovery. Due to this, a mix or hybrid approach is offered for data protection.Continue reading
In the last year and a half there have been so many catastrophic security breaches in all most all sectors that maintaining data security has become one of the most crucial issues for organizations.Continue reading
Already, IT departments are grappling with demands from both customers and employees to deliver applications when, where, and how they are needed. This is the new normal in the era of greater mobility and wider cloud adoption.
“Whether expressed through new business models, a need to deliver applications to market faster or to support the impact of new application architectures on IT, applications must also be the focus of data center infrastructures,” says Lori MacVittie, subject matter expert on emerging technology at F5 Networks.
With corporate, small and large businesses are shifting to cloud computing services, the security concerns are growing considering the bulk amount of data stored in clouds. Moreover, ‘Big Data’ is vulnerable to hacks as we had witnessed in last year’s huge blows to Sony and Home Depot.Continue reading
A couple of years ago, the concept of cloud computing was an abstract idea, waiting to get acceptance and understanding of how it works, but in 2015, it has outshines almost every other IT advancement. Now, the business leaders, large and small, see it clearly that the future of e-commerce and service delivery is inevitably dependent on the cloud computing models – Public, Hybrid, and Private.Continue reading
2015 is shaping to have a similar focus on security.
IT security will continue to be top of mind for companies of all sizes.
As an inevitable event, the IT world has entered into a new era of Big Data or what we call cloud computing. It’s one of the revolutionary advancement in the field of IT after mainframe computers and internet. The corporate businesses; small and large, everyone is looking forward to enjoy the bliss of cloud. On the other hand, same businesses, manufacturers and service providers will be eyeing to utilize the advance statistical function of cloud on huge amount of data to improve their relationship and communication with the consumers.Continue reading
The cloud computing is trending in the IT world and it’ll only gain more momentum in the upcoming future. Cloud computing is similar to the broader concept of Converged infrastructure and shared services and it relies on sharing of resources for the attainment of coherence and economies of scale. An electric grid exemplifies this concept aptly. The utility and consumption of computing resources has taken a revolutionary form.Continue reading
Cloud computing is set to be the next big revolution in the computing world after the Internet. The experts have already made predictions for 2015 and all of them agree with the trend. The cloud computing market will touch $20 billion by the end of 2016 with IaaS growth rate at 37 percent and that of PaaS at 41 percent. The SaaS isn’t far behind at 29 percent.Continue reading
The term Big Data has been buzzing around tech circles for a few years now. So much, in fact, that you’re probably getting sick of hearing about it.Continue reading