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Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 03 October 2012 (0 Comments)

by Elizabeth Shea on behalf of the Cloud Communications Alliance The ITEXPO kicked off yesterday in Austin Texas, on a beautiful fall day and with a packed house. I am attending on behalf of the Cloud Communications Alliance (CCA): the only organization specifically dedicated to the advancement of cloud communications technologies. We will be recapping several of the sessions this week in the co-located [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 03 October 2012 (0 Comments)

New super hubs provide multi-site enterprises with convenient, cost-effective options for SIP interconnection with IP PBXes from Cisco, Avaya, Asterisk and others Enterprises understand the bottom-line benefits of migrating to IP PBXes, but they frequently overlook how using SIP trunking on a nationwide, private, secure and QoS-enabled IP network provides another layer of operational advantages. With the addition of points of presence (POPs) in Atlanta and Chicago, Telesphere‘s [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 03 October 2012 (0 Comments)

Flipping The Coin For The Security Of The Private Cloud The world of Cloud Computing is a relatively new phenomenon that has even eclipsed the earlier discovery of the web as the most significant development on the Internet. Be it as it may, the new web offering has already elicited healthy debates. One of these is a comparison between the private and public clouds [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 03 October 2012 (0 Comments)

Cloud Computing Myths Explained: Part 1 Cloud computing services and related developments are definitely changing the way we network, collaborate, consume information and deploy applications. Businesses are now demanding more from service providers and cloud computing is more prominent across various industries. So being on cutting edge is rewarding but at the same time it has some side-effects too. Cloud is popular, it is [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 03 October 2012 (0 Comments)

Vendor-Neutral Benchmarking for Cloud and Managed Services Practitioners Provides Quality Assurance and Reliability for Siemens OpenScape Cloud Customers in North AmericaAustin, TX (October 3, 2012) – Today from MSPWorld 2012, Votela (www.votela.com), the only combined carrier and North American distributor of Siemens OpenScape Cloud Services, announced that it would use the MSPAlliance (International Association of Cloud and Managed Service Providers) Unified Certification Standard (UCS) [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 03 October 2012 (0 Comments)

European Cloud Partnership And The Possibilities Of This New Beginning When the rest of the world is technically on cloud nine, the European Union is going to take a serious note about incorporating cloud in their fiscal plans. According to a press release published by European Union, they are measuring the economic benefit of going cloud. The statistics show that by going cloud EU [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 03 October 2012 (0 Comments)

What Cloud Computing Cannot Do For Your Business Cloud computing is here to stay. It enables businesses streamline their goals, functions, costs and operation models. Although cloud computing has been around since the internet inception, not enough information about it is available in the public domain. Businesses, individuals and non-profits still do not understand what the cloud can, or cannot do for them. Some [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 03 October 2012 (0 Comments)

By Asia Cloud Forum editors 03-Oct-2012 In Japan, the 5,700-member student body Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU) has recently upgraded its private cloud with Fujitsu’s add-on integrated private-cloud package to its existing administrative information system to manage course registration, process grades, and perform other administrative tasks. APU’s current private cloud set up helps to provision temporary use servers for use during the peak traffic [...]