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Author Archives: Ilissa MIller

Cloud Computing: A Mix of Solutions

– Kelly Beardmore, Chief Technology Officer and Chief Operating Officer with Tenzing Managed IT Services (www.tenzing.com), says: Some enterprises are compelled by law to store sensitive data regionally or have information security or operational requirements that preclude, at some level, the use of “shared” network, compute, or storage resources. As a result, service providers have developed niche “cloud” offerings to ... Read More »

Cloud Computing: Defined

– Kevin Epstein, vice president of marketing at CloudShare (www.cloudshare.com), says: Cloud computing is the ability to access as much or as little of one or more computing-related resources as you need, at any time, for as long as you need, at any level of the stack, over a network (local or internet). In other words, cloud computing would let ... Read More »

Cloud Computing: Enterprise Options

– Vishal Sharma, Senior Director of Cloud Computing at NaviSite (www.navisite.com), says: Regardless of the size of a company, the inhibitors (to cloud computing) are security and concern of lack of control. Another challenge is where to start. Unlike larger enterprises, smaller enterprises do not have lot of options. They need more holistic solutions so that they can entirely create ... Read More »

Cloud Computing: Competitive Advantage

– John Barnes, CTO of Model Metrics (www.modelmetrics.com), says: We have seen small and midsized enterprises lead the way and really gain a competitive advantage by adopting cloud computing. That’s the beauty of the cloud; it puts enterprise class software into the hands of small businesses that typically couldn’t’t afford an expensive on-premise package. For example TripZipr is a startup ... Read More »

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