Thursday , 22 June 2017

Scalable, Fully-managed Cloud Data Stores for Mobile and Web Developers

– Mohamed Hamedi, Co-founder and CEO of KuroBase, says: Most web and mobile application developers would rather invest their resources into developing products, not setting up and managing databases. Yet they are hindered by the lack of flexible, scalable, and easy-to-implement solutions. KuroBase delivers Database-as-a-Service, a fully-managed cloud data store doing all the heavy lifting to get developers up and ... Read More »

New Jersey’s Lam Cloud to Hold Open House

– Ilissa Miller, CEO, iMiller Public Relations, says: Your enterprise has a lot to consider when choosing a Disaster / Workplace Recovery solution and Business Continuity plan.  You want to make sure that you trust the facility and staff that you are working with so that in the event of a catastrophe, you have no reservations about who is storing your ... Read More »

Unclog Your Cloud, for Application Performance

– Dr. Cahit Jay Akin, Chief Executive Officer, Co-founder of Mushroom Networks, says: As cloud-based applications take on more crucial business roles, the connections from enterprise branch office to cloud servers become more and more important. At the same time WANs face unprecedented traffic volumes and bottlenecks become more frequent, particularly in the uplink to the cloud. These bottlenecks can be ... Read More »

Cloud Data Security – Meeting Data Sovereignty Requirements

  – Gerry Grealish, Chief Marketing Officer, PerspecSys, says: Cloud Data Security As organizations continue to adopt popular cloud applications for essential business needs such as data storage and CRM, they may face a significant set of data sovereignty challenges (also known as data residency). Besides internal and industry-specific regulations such as ITAR, HIPAA or PCI DSS in the U.S., ... Read More »

What SMBs Need to Ask Before Choosing a Cloud Vendor

They’ll Huff and They’ll Puff, but Can They Blow Your Data Center Down?   Choosing a cloud vendor – Jamie Brenzel, CEO, KineticD, says: The third little pig had the right idea when he built his wolf-proof home, but how secure is it from non-canine threats? Who is the best cloud vendor for you? Companies of all sizes have been utilizing ... Read More »

3 Ways Employers Can Keep Data Safe and Employees Happy

– Manuel Eriksen, in-house journalist with SocialMonsters, says: Keep Data Safe All those self-help books love telling us that if we have a fun job, it doesn’t really count as work. There probably is some degree of truth here, as finding joy in our daily duties goes a long way in minimizing boredom and burnout. We were also told in ... Read More »

Navigating Today’s Growing Cloud Migration Market

– Mark Shirman, President and CEO, RiverMeadow, says: Today, businesses of all sizes are considering how they can benefit from moving their IT operations into the cloud (cloud migration). For some, the cloud is a blank slate offering a world of new resources. Others would like to move their current IT software solutions into the cloud to receive the performance, cost, ... Read More »

Fine-Tuning Server Utilization In A Cloud Environment

– Bret Clement, head of global communications for RightScale, says:  As Brian Adler, senior cloud solutions architect at RightScale recently wrote in his blog entitled “20 Ways to Fine-Tune Your Cloud Environment,” cloud deployments require tune-ups.  Why? Over time cloud deployments grow organically in ways that you never plan. Sometimes you have to do things quickly to solve an immediate ... Read More »

Cloud Scaling: Three Ways To Be Smarter About IT

– Ray Solnik, President, Appnomic Systems, says: Despite the progress so far, capitalizing on Cloud remains a vast open field ahead and a tough challenge for many. Can it be reliable enough, fast enough, secure enough, affordable enough or scale enough? Few Cloud providers are providing visibility and solid, measurable, validated proof of their performance. Of course, we hear about ... Read More »

OpenStack’s Third Birthday – a Recap with a Look into the Future

– Nati Shalom – CTO, GigaSpacesTechnologies, says: OpenStack was first announced three years ago at the OSCON conference in Portland. I remember the first time I heard about the announcement and how it immediately caught my attention. Ever since that day, I have become a strong advocate of the technology. Looking back, I thought that it would be interesting to ... Read More »

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