1. What’s Your Cloud Type?
No, no this isn’t a Buzz Feed quiz…rather, CEO of Egynte, Vineet Jain uses the body types model e.g. ectomorph, mesomorph, and endomorph as a model for understanding how companies feel about moving to the cloud. From being cloud-o-phobic to cloud-o-phoric, cloud computing users come in all shapes and sizes.
2. 4 Reasons to Be A Cloud Computing Commuter
For a lot of us the work from home lifestyle is very appealing. But what about being a cloud commuter? With cloud computing technology improving at lightening speed we’re not only able to write blog posts and edit presentations on the go, but we can even access software and storage resources in real time. Here are some of the top 4 reasons being a cloud computing commuter rocks…
3. How To Become A Cloud Computing Leader
Want to be a kick-ass cloud computing leader? With enterprise businesses leading the way with top notch programmers and IT gurus, cloud computing is “begging for leadership.” If you know the language of the business, can see the big picture, and are ready to put in some real hard work you may soon find yourself at the forefront of your company’s cloud efforts.
4. Why Big Data Needs Cloud
Is there really more behind what many have come to know as tech’s latest big business buzz word? Adaptive Computing’s Daniel Hardman explains the real meaning behind “big data” and why it needs cloud computing.
5. 7 Major Current Trends in Cloud Computing
Did you know that as of December 2013 over 60% of small to medium sized business use the cloud? And that’s just the beginning! Researchers and IT professionals expect the growth over the next few years to be exponential. Here are some of major trends in the industry to keep you in the know.
1. Cloud Computing Easy Checklist
A lot of businesses are (rightfully) eager to migrate their systems to the cloud, but that doesn’t mean you should jump head first into the cloud computing model without having a solid plan for what that migration will actually look like. Take a look at this checklist to make sure you’re covering all the steps before moving to the cloud:
2. 3 Hot Cloud Concepts That Can Benefit All of IT
While we’re definitely moving in the direction of cloud-based computing systems, not every IT person is ready to jump on board the cloud train. If you want to understand the more abstract idea of “the cloud” it may be time to focus on its principle concepts: devops, governance, and data analytics.
3. Cloud Computing is Here” Observations from IBM Pulse
If you had the opportunity to attend this year’s IBM Pulse, then you already know cloud computing was certainly one of the most hotly talked about and debated topics. Hear from author Phil Simon, on the top tech takeaways from Pulse 2014: The Premiere Cloud Conference.
4. Stanford Engineers Create a Software Tool To Reduce the Cost of Cloud Computing
As cloud computing becomes more widely used, and in turn more efficient, the costs of maintaining such a massive system and its accompanying data centers inevitably increase. Noting this trend, two Stanford engineers put their heads together to create a software which triples efficiencies and lowers costs. Read on to see how it works.
5. 5 Steps To Take If Your Cloud Server is Hacked
While most of us IT folk would like to believe that the cloud is impenetrable, we know that is sadly not the case. If your server happens to be one of the unlucky ones that is hacked- don’t panic! Just follow these 5 steps to get your systems back on track…