Gartner says that 70% of existing storage solutions will be available as software only in 2019. And in 2020, about 70 to 80% of unstructured data will be positioned in the entry-level storage management software instances with a software- defined.
To seize this opportunity, IBM is the first company to launch a [...]Continue Reading →
Research firm IDC predicts that the global market for Software-Defined Networking (SDN) for the organization and cloud service provider segments will grow annually by 89 percent from 960 million dollars in 2014 to more than $8 billion in 2018.
As per the IDC study, SDN Momentum Builds in Datacenter and Enterprise [...]Continue Reading →
Oracle OpenWorld, which closed its doors yesterday, gave everyone a surprise when longtime rivals went up the same stage to announce their new partnership. Microsoft and Oracle have decided to put bygones be bygones as they venture into a new enterprise cloud.
This move was fueled by both companies’ desire [...]Continue Reading →
Small and Medium sized businesses can take a lot of benefit from embracing business cloud solutions. Cloud platforms allow SMEs to compete in the cloud giant-controlled environment, and gives the level playing field required to succeed in business.
Some small and medium companies are yet to fully realize the advantages that [...]Continue Reading →
The recent Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC2013) had many announcements from its president Satya Nadella. Among them include the major improvements and features of the updated Windows Azure and Office 365. Microsoft also takes its SharePoint and Office Store to 22 new markets, plus the addition of the new business intelligence tool [...]Continue Reading →
In the past, companies have relied on server-client models that depend on cloud-based infrastructures, which tend to source its data from remote devices and locations, before collating and transforming whatever they collect into information that can be used by a wide variety of computing devices. However, there seems to be a major [...]Continue Reading →
Almost fifty years ago, a long-forgotten promotional movie was bade, called 1999 A.D. This promotional movie featured the life of an upper middle class family in the far off year, and demonstrated forecast modern conveniences they would enjoy and which the people at the time did not.
When this [...]Continue Reading →
Technology spending is increasingly a key building block for the enterprises. Cloud integration makes businesses more agile, a trend which includes improvement in mergers and acquisitions approaches. Cloud/SaaS and smart mobility drove more deals than any other deal-driving trend in first quarter of the year, according to the latest report on [...]Continue Reading →
Mobile technology has been widely used by the people, but the Government is subject to the bitter legacy systems. According to research by Gartner, half of the world’s companies will seek from their workers to individually provide devices for work by 2017.
Keeping an eye on mobile revolution, Customer Relationship Management [...]Continue Reading →
Google Maps is, perhaps, one of its most influential and groundbreaking services developed by Google. It’s up there with search and email. Suddenly, the world knew where to go without having to roll up their window to ask someone for direction.
In true Google fashion, they have been upgraded and evolved in [...]Continue Reading →
The software industry is undergoing major changes by trends such as cloud, software-as-a-service (SaaS), mobile technology and the “consumerization of IT”.
According to Global 100 Software Leaders report from PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, SaaS, mobile, and cloud forces and trends [...]Continue Reading →
After releasing its new cloud computing services a week ago, Microsoft vows to contend face to face with Amazon in the market place. Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) is serious with its goal to match or even bring down their prices compared with Amazon’s already lowest rates. This is in the hope of developing [...]Continue Reading →
Software-defined networking (SDN) is getting a lot of publicity as the latest technology for intelligent networking. With SDN poised to have a major impact on the future of networking, there are specific measures that can be taken today to get a better connection to the cloud.
You can achieve [...]Continue Reading →
Now that cloud computing technology has already gone past the infancy stages, many industries have already realized the benefits it provides, and have already started adopting and integrating the technology to their businesses. One key sector that stands to benefit a lot [...]Continue Reading →
There’s one more addition to Europe’s growing number of mobile payment providers. Aside from local startup companies, Intuit recently launched its mobile credit card payment system known as Intuit Pay. It was initially launched in the United Kingdom, ahead of PayPal which first announced launching its own mobile payment [...]Continue Reading →
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