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The cloud has become a no-brainer for startups on a shoestring, but the message apparently hasn’t trickled down to the majority of small and midsize business (SMB) owners. They're missing a big opportunity.
The Top500 list from June 1995 shows just how far the possibilities of silicon have come in the past 20 years. Performance figures are listed in gigaflops, rather than the teraflops of today, meaning that, for example, the tenth-place entrant in this week’s newly released list is more than 84,513 times faster than its two-decades-ago equivalent.
IT leaders say they plan to invest in unified communication and collaboration over the next two years and they expect both hosted and hybrid-cloud adoption to significantly increase. (Download our exclusive research and view our infographic.)
Professional sports organizations are hoping to use drones and virtual reality to improve team performance and gain competitive advantage, but the technologies will have to provide real value for fans in addition to business ROI.
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