- Fears of Government and Legal Intervention Slows Cloud Adoption
Security and compliance concerns are still major stumbling blocks to cloud adoption. According to a study by security firm Lieberman Software, nearly 48% of members of teams in business fear of government and legal interference before putting sensitive data in the cloud.
This is a survey to close more than 300 IT professionals […]
- Turning Data Into Profit
Today, business is moving at such a speed that it is creating large volume of digitized data from which some value has to be extracted. The fact is that behind various structured and unstructured data are answers to some of the crucial business questions. Unfortunately, no one sees the answer due to technological limitations. […]
- IBM Teams up With SAP to Offer Global Big Data Services
IBM has recently partnered with SAP to offer IBM SmartCloud Enterprise+, a global big data and cloud service. With this service, businesses can store, run, and access SAP applications correctly and safely in the clouds from Japan, Germany, France, Brazil, Australia, Canada, […]
- Managing Information in the Boundary-free Enterprise: Five Best Practices from Saugatuck Technology
Moving data to the cloud can break through barriers in time and place, allowing workers to get to information faster and more easily than ever. But the right approach is critical. To get the best returns on your cloud investments, your enterprise must effectively manage data, as well as integrate it with on-premise assets.
- KPMG Report Shows Cloud Implementation Challenges and Higher Costs Than Expected
Business leaders around the world are discovering that cloud computing is more expensive than imagined at the time they decided to adopt the technology, according to KPMG survey report.
The KPMG survey, “The cloud takes shape”, polled more than 650 IT and business leaders across 16 major global markets and found that almost […]
- Ovum Study: Security and Privacy Concerns Threaten Big Data Analysis
Around the world, Internet users are beginning to tire of giving their personal data on the Internet and the big data information collected and monetized is headed for a clash with privacy concerns.
According to tech analyst firm Ovum, netizens around the world begin to realize the amount of personal data collected. The […]
- Enterprise Cloud Services to Reach $31.9 Billion in 2017
The global enterprise cloud-based services market will reach $31.9 billion in 2017 against $18.3 billion in 2012, according to research group Analysys Mason. This forecast report presents an enterprise cloud services forecast for both IaaS and SaaS and both revenue and ARPU forecasts for large enterprises and SMEs.
According to the research group, […]
- Rackspace Study: The Case for the Hybrid Cloud
As cloud computing technology matured, people eventually realized that hybrid cloud has its place, as it managed to change the way businesses consume cloud resources while also filling in gaps in the workload functionality of the technology. As time went by, the technology has matured further and businesses were able to connect multi-site hybrid […]
- Kii Launches its Cloud and Analytics Solutions, Helping Developers Grow Applications into Global Businesses
Kii announced the general availability of Kii Cloud during last week’s Apps World in San Francisco (CloudTimes is a media sponsorof Apps World). Kii Cloud provides back-end services that help with user acquisition, retention and monetization for mobile apps. The solution allows also to add user management and data management functionality […]
- News Digest February 10, 2013
IBM Extends Support of Enterprise Apps with its Public SmartCloudIBM announced a new version of its public cloud, which has more support and services for managing enterprise applications in the cloud, such as SAP in particular.
According to IBM, the main reason why large companies are reluctant to use public cloud resources […]