Tag: cloud computing
Managed Service Providers (MSPs) have been driving the adoption of technology for decades. Check out the infographic below to learn about the technology they have implemented over the years as they now take on cloud computing.
Finding the right cloud-based solution for your recruiting firm is not always easy. The cloudy vendor landscape is full of “cloud pretenders,” offering products that aren’t, in fact, true cloud solutions. Are you selecting a true cloud solution? Check out this infographic from Bullhorn to find out.
By the end of 2013, the public cloud is predicted to grow by $131 billion. Check out the infographic below presented by ClickSoftware to learn about the booming cloud and how it has changed the way we do business.
What do customers actually seek from cloud infrastructure providers? There’s a lot to consider when it comes to the cloud buying process. Security, compatibility and managed services are just a few important offerings cloud buyers have to consider. But, what matters most to cloud consumers?
Cloud computing has been around longer than you might think. Check out the infographic below presented by ProfitBricks to see how much cloud computing has progressed and how it’s here to stay.
Cloud computing is an incredibly exciting industry with developments in services and solutions growing rapidly. Fasthosts wanted to know how UK businesses feel about the growth in cloud computing and whether they have done, or will be, adopting the technology in the near future. This infographic shows the results from a poll.
From business to gaming to mobile phones, it appears that the cloud is everywhere at the moment. Not only are their more cloud hosting companies than ever before but with the new iCloud from Apple and Google Drive it seems the masses are now using cloud based technology on a daily basis. But where did it all begin?
Businesses are beginning to leverage cloud software as a powerful and affordable tools for data management. This new interface is cheap, effective and efficient for small and large businesses. As cloud software adoption rates begin to rise, so do the number of skeptics. Since your information is stored virtually anywhere in the world by third party vendors, it is uncertain who owns copyright or intellectual property within the cloud.
Cloud is a hot topic for many of today’s business and technology leaders. But for all the hype, how many companies are actually using cloud computing technology, or have definite plans to do so in the near future? Interxion conducted a Europe-wide survey of current and intended cloud usage and attitudes towards cloud computing that explores all these questions and has compiled the results in this infographic.
150 years ago, the first transcontinental telegraph was sent, forever transforming how data was communicated. This shift away from physical delivery began the data revolution. Fast forward to 2011 and we now have applications, social networks, file sharing, teleconferencing, music, videos, customer data, and business insights – all hosted in the cloud.