7 Dumb Cloud Computing Myths



Governing economic growth in the cloud
Phys.Org
Gross domestic product (GDP) can be boosted by cloud computing, the system in which remote computers on the Internet are used to store, manage and process data rather than the users' local machines. A report to be published in the International Journal ...
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Vets. Dept. Signs $36 Million HP-Microsoft Cloud Deal
InformationWeek
In what could be one of the biggest cloud computing contracts to date by number of users, the Department of Veterans Affairs will move 600,000 users to Microsoft cloud email and collaboration services. The five-year, $36 million contract will first see ...
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Report: Cloud botnets, search poisoning and mobile attacks among 2013's ...
Network World
First on the list -- the use of cloud computing for malicious purposes. The same flexible provisioning capabilities that let legitimate businesses quickly add or subtract computing power could be used to instantly create a powerful network of zombie ...
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Future of cloud computing: looking at the bigger questions
Cloud Pro
There were 16 cloud commentators and they were locked in a room. It sounds like the precursor to a joke but this was no laughing matter (even though there were Englishmen, Irishmen and Scotsmen present) but an event that looked to explore all aspects ...
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7 Dumb Cloud Computing Myths
InformationWeek
As I leaf through the pages of my cloud scrapbook, I'm struck by how much valuable ink has been wasted repeating charges about cloud computing that just aren't true. Each year, sure as clockwork, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison tries to come up with a new ...
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Japan is most cloud ready Asia Pacific nation, ACCA says
CloudTech
A week after VMware released its Asia Pacific Cloud Index Survey, another report has come up from the Asia Cloud Computing Association (ACCA) claiming Japan is the most 'cloud ready' nation in the Asia Pacific region. Japan's ranking is unchanged from ...
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Cloud apps mean developing in days, not months: IBM
ZDNet
Speaking at VMWare's vForum 2012 in Sydney today, IBM program director for Cloud ComputingClient Engagements Dan Carr said that the maturity of cloud services has meant that businesses not only have traditional records-based applications to move to ...
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Is Cloud Computing The Biggest Green Technology?
CloudTweaks News
This is where cloud computing and virtualization come in to save the day or decade (maybe even the millennium). Cloud computing uses virtualization to scale resources to infinity, theoretically, while using finite hardware resources. So instead of ...
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SMB IT hiring remains low across Europe but cloud computing use growing
V3.co.uk
As far as cloud computing goes, adoption among European SMBs has grown from 45 percent to 53 percent over the past six months, and is expected to hit 65 percent early next year, with the most common services being adopted comprising web and email ...
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Accessing The Real Risk Of Cloud Computing
CloudTweaks News
Accessing the Real Risk of Cloud Computing: Is the Sky is Falling or are the Failures a Blip on the Radar Screen? It's interesting to follow the big money that big companies are spending. It's a lot like watching a huge ocean liner set sail for exotic ...
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