www.comparethecloud.netBy Matthew Tyler, CEO of Blackfoot UK I hear an awful lot of rubbish spouted about ‘clouds’ mostly relating to risk and security concerns. I also see an entire new industry all vying for the inevitable IT spend. The main question we hear is, Should I move to the cloud? This is not the question Read the Rest...The post Why can’t I move straight to the cloud? appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net.
www.comparethecloud.netBy Stefano Buliani, Founder of Cloudbase.io Large organizations are sometimes scared of the go mobile motto, this is because in their mind “mobile” involves a complete rethink of their system architecture, which will require a large amount of time and money to achieve. Our research at cloudbase.io shows that large enterprises spend upwards of £300,000 of their IT budget to Read the Rest...The post Why is Going Mobile in the Enterprise considered such a giant leap? appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net.
www.comparethecloud.netCOMPANY INVITES CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICE PROVIDERS TO PITCH THEIR SOLUTIONS IN 150 WORDS OR LESS LONDON, Aug. 22, 2013 // Compare the Cloud, an independent cloud computing comparison, information, and advice website, today announces the launch of CloudPitch.me. CloudPitch.me is free online resource where Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) have the opportunity to pitch for Read the Rest...The post Compare the Cloud launches CloudPitch.me appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net.
www.comparethecloud.netAll-in pricing reduced by 20 basis points for the Global Revolving Credit Facility and by 25 basis points for the Multi-Currency Term Loan Company Release 08/19/2013 07:00 SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ Digital Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: DLR), a leading global provider of data center solutions, today announced that it has completed the refinancing of its Read the Rest...The post Digital Realty Completes $3 Billion Global Revolving Credit Facility And Multi-Currency Term Loan Refinancing appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net.
www.comparethecloud.netBy Theo Priestley, VP and Chief Evangelist at Software AG The IT industry moves in cycles. Much like the fashion industry, trends come and go then return with a bang. It seems that Cloud Computing is about to hit that cycle now and go out of fashion faster than it came in. The NSA and Read the Rest...The post Is the writing on the wall for Cloud Computing? appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net.
www.comparethecloud.net By Ed Macnair, CEO of SaaSID The consumerisation of IT has increased the sense of entitlement among employees, who expect to be able to access information wherever they have an internet connection. Cloud-based platforms are perfect for meeting this demand and businesses have quickly recognised the productivity and cost benefits of migrating to Google Apps Read the Rest... The post Drawing a line in the Cloud appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net .
www.comparethecloud.net Compare the Cloud speaks to Mark Underwood, Senior Business Development Director of Virtus Data Centres CTC: Mark tell us about yourself I joined Virtus Data Centres in Oct 2011 and I am responsible for new business sales opportunities as well as the on-going development of strategic business relationships with partner businesses. Previously I spent three years Read the Rest... The post An interview with Virtus Data Centres appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net .
www.comparethecloud.net By Mark Stubbles on behalf of Interact Technology I think it is fair to say that most people in this day and age have used some form of video conferencing software; video conferencing is also known as video collaboration and it uses two-way video and audio technologies to bring together different people located in different Read the Rest... The post The Benefits of Video Conferencing and Hosted Microsoft Lync appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net .
www.comparethecloud.net Phil Clark, Marketing and Channel Development Director, NIU Solutions After 23 years in the IT Services industry, I have never been so frustrated with the confusion we’re generating with clients, largely down to nomenclature. It is well publicised that the Cloud word is overused, but I am seeing a dangerous kickback from companies that are Read the Rest... The post appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net .
www.comparethecloud.net By Theo Priestley, Consultant at ITredux I was recently with a client who is looking for a new enterprise software solution and they have a very positive outlook towards Cloud. They love it, so much so that they weren’t interested in on-premise solutions. This represents a real shift in attitude, and the company is no Read the Rest... The post Cloudy with Integration appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net .
www.comparethecloud.netBy Luke Wheeler, Chairman of Compare the Cloud Back in March this year this website posted a blog by Paul Bevan, a renowned cloud research analyst at Bloor Research entitled “Tell me why I should use your Cloud”, with the tidy caveat that the ensuing answer had to be limited to 150 words or less. Read the Rest...The post Cloud Choice has never been greater appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net.
www.comparethecloud.netBy Peter Martin, Acubiz UK & Ireland In fact, unless you have got it under control, the chances are you won’t know how many hours every one of your employees and especially those commission-hungry road warriors are devoting to recording and claiming the costs of their travel; whether or not any of the Read the Rest...The post The Expense of Expense Management appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net.
www.comparethecloud.netSolution leverages Epsilon s global network exchange, powered by BTI Systems LONDON, Aug. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), a leading global provider of data centre solutions, has signed a network partnering agreement with Epsilon, a privately owned communications service provider, to offer a dynamic bandwidth solution to cloud and content providers for seamless backbone connectivity. The solution Read the Rest...The post Digital Realty Establishes Distributed Cloud Data Centre Connectivity Platform appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net.
www.comparethecloud.netBy Neil Cresswell, CEO, Virtus Data Centres Research just published by Zerto (who surveyed IT managers, VMware admins, System admins, plus business continuity and disaster recovery experts) found that 42 per cent had suffered an outage in the last six months. It also found that a combination of power loss/interruption and hardware failure accounted for Read the Rest...The post Overcoming Disaster appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net.
www.comparethecloud.net By Jonathan Wisler, General Manager EMEA, SoftLayer I just got back from the Cloud World Forum in London. There was some very good new technology, and having talked to literally hundreds of people about IaaS, I am still amazed by the perception that it is only a virtual server offering affair. So let me say it Read the Rest... The post Don t forget the Bare Metal Cloud appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net .
www.comparethecloud.net By Theo Priestley, Consultant at ITredux According to both Gartner and IDC worldwide server market revenue has fallen by up to 5%, with major server manufacturers taking a hit. The figure doesn’t appear big but the impact and shift to Cloud is starting to make its mark. But the biggest shifts will be taking place Read the Rest... The post Could all servers become the size of an Apple TV? (They will if Cloud maturity rises) appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net .
www.comparethecloud.net By Nick Isherwood, Technology Services Director, JMC IT No matter what size, businesses don’t need to suffer poor system performance anymore! Thanks to the cloud and some really game-changing technology, small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) can now access the same level of proactive IT support and monitoring that was once only accessible to much Read the Rest... The post How SMEs can access enterprise-grade managed services with the cloud? appeared first on ComparetheCloud.net .
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