By Robert Greene, VP of Technology, Versant Corporation

Big Data and cloud computing are on a clear collision course, bringing with them a wealth of opportunities if approached in the right way. As mobility becomes the embodiment of the digital lifestyle, data is flowing out of every crack and crevice, making cloud’s [...]

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In this year of cautious optimism and grinding economic growth, it is safe to say that buying won in the proverbial buy versus build question. In 2010, many companies slashed costs and hoarded cash. However, in Q1 2011, the economy began to grow and growth expectations in the market elevated; as [...]

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Cloud computing has obviously given business startups the boost it needs in 2011. Several companies such as RightScale, Hiroku and New Relic emerged and flourished with the cloud platform. In 2012, there will be other business startups that will leverage their business, but if there’s one thing they need to focus on [...]

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How are small and mid-market organizations responding to trends like cloud computing, mobile deployments and increasingly complex IT requirements?  OS33 shares 5 Top IT drivers for SMB decision makers, giving insight into the factors that are influencing their IT budgets and purchasing decisions in 2012.  This is a recommended read for [...]

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Cloud computing is obviously a game changer and a life changer; this brings to mind how the nature of work and jobs will be affected in 2012. This includes not just the IT Technology, but all jobs that operate on the cloud.

IT will play a strategic role on the direction that [...]

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With the cost-savings, scalability and agility that cloud computing offers to organizations, it’s no wonder the market opportunity is growing rapidly – jumping to more than $241 billion in 2020 from $40.7 billion this year, according to Forrester.  However, as organizations look to embrace cloud computing they are confronted with a number [...]

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As 2011 rolls to a close, it’s time to make a few predictions for 2012 in the cloud data space. 2011 was a year of adoption, where many companies started to enjoy the economies of scale, security and ease-of-use of the cloud in managing their growing data needs. Clearly, 2012 promises even [...]

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2011 is marked in the calendar as “Year of the Cloud” for its remarkable contributions in businesses and advancements in cloud computing. In fact, cloud computing has been adopted by various businesses globally and many product and service providers have focused on cloud-based business ventures. The question everyone is asking now is [...]

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Cloud computing has grown at a tremendous speed over the last two years and it continues to build up speed. It is currently dominated by American companies such as Google and Amazon as it helped other businesses to flourish and grow. Cloud computing has penetrated even the medical industry as more hospitals [...]

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Consolidating databases onto a private cloud is a new model for the delivery of database services. Private clouds consolidate servers, storage, operating systems, databases, and mixed workloads onto a shared hardware and software infrastructure. Deploying databases on a consolidated private cloud enables IT departments to improve quality of service levels and reduce [...]

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In spite of the global economic crisis cloud computing is an exception. The cloud still continues to thrive and make tremendous growth even while most of the other companies are making huge losses resulting to high unemployment rate and uncontrollable debt crisis.

Cloud computing is not just about software development; rather, it [...]

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Some of the cloud predictions for 2012 include huge cloud computing pullouts, IT skills shortage and government control and regulation for social media and networking.

2011 was a year to reckon for the IT industry because of the huge effect of cloud computing in most business solutions. This even became unprecedented because [...]

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Cloud computing has now become a commonplace in the IT industry, but for some people they may not be aware that they are actually using it. Enterprises who want to get leverage for their business have plunged into the cloud platform and many users have used it for some time now, but [...]

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Cloud computing now dictates and gives technology a new shape and form. It also changed the way people connect, the way work is done and how technology is run. Everything is now very convenient with just a few clicks at the tip of your fingers.

Everything can now be accessed from wherever [...]

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Dell has recently launched its new service feature for their Dell PowerEdge, the new AMD Opteron 6200 Series processors. The new enhancement features will perform with better energy performance and efficiency that can be used for the private cloud, enterprise applications, Web and virtualization requirements.

The new AMD Opteron 6200 Series processors [...]

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Brainlab launched VoyantLink currently in Chicago; a cloud platform that allows access, sharing and viewing of patient diagnostic images between hospital staff and surgeons.  It is also an enrichment cloud framework between clinicians, hospitals and imaging centers like the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA).

With the improvement of VoyantLink’s features it [...]

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How Cloud Computing Influences Digital Marketing
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