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Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 19 December 2012 (0 Comments)

LTE roll-out will have limited immediate impact, social media giants will shake up IP-based messaging and smartphone penetration growth rates will slow markedly IMMEDIATE RELEASE: LONDON, UK, 19 December – In 2013, roll-out of LTE services will have limited immediate economic impact, social media giants look set to stir up IP-based messaging services and smartphone penetration growth rates will slow considerably, according to Analysys [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 19 December 2012 (0 Comments)

Logitech makes a lot of stuff – including mice, keyboards, and webcams. In 2009, the firm acquired LifeSize, which makes enterprise video solutions. LifeSize is treated as a subsidiary. What’s interesting is that video conferencing is rapidly gaining traction – at the desktop. That means suddenly Logitech as a purveyor of webcams is positioned to be a video conferencing player. Or does it? This [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 19 December 2012 (0 Comments)

Benefits of Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery Developing a proper disaster recovery plan is quite a challenging task for any type of organization, especially small and medium business segments. When a disaster strikes your business, restoring it can be a really arduous task. Many companies are implementing cloud computing services for their disaster recovery plan. Cloud-based disaster recovery can be described as a component of a disaster recovery plan that [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 19 December 2012 (0 Comments)

By Linda Hui, F5 Networks 19-Dec-2012 Cloud computing is a hot topic, with promises of lower costs to keep business running. Instead of being hit with a big capex cost for hardware not used at capacity, enterprises can pay a monthly fee only for what they use and scale only when they need to. “IDG Enterprise, 2012 Cloud Computing” survey revealed that two-thirds of [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 19 December 2012 (0 Comments)

Cloud Predictions for the New Year Making predictions for the coming year has become a time-honored tradition in the tech field, so I thought we’d have a little fun with it here at CloudTweaks by predicting what’s not going to happen. 1. Amazon won’t continue to be synonymous with the cloud. EC2 and S3 are popular and established, but they’re seeing mounting competition from [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 19 December 2012 (0 Comments)

On December 10, a Network World article reported a Gartner analyst Lydia Leong’s blog post which suggested the public cloud services of Amazon Web Services and HP have the “worst SLA (service level agreement) of any major cloud provider.” The Network World article, which was republished on Asia Cloud Forum‘s sister publication Computerworld Hong Kong, criticized the two public cloud services on two fronts: [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 18 December 2012 (0 Comments)

By Sal Fernando, Commvault 19-Dec-2012 Gone are the days when IT maintenance, updates and upgrades were based on a yearly, quarterly or even monthly schedule and your data lived in a storage center that was located in an industrial park across town. Instead, maintenance today is based on need, and if you’ve been paying attention, the need is now. That is why the data [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 18 December 2012 (0 Comments)

By Asia Cloud Forum editors 19-Dec-2012 “In 2013, IT will drive business competitiveness,” said Victor Cheng, vice president of Asia South at CA Technologies. “CIOs need to achieve an end-to-end service delivery model, tying in all the required elements and technologies to create an integrated user experience.  “To stay relevant, CIOs will function as business service innovators and integrators, managing diverse services and service [...]