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Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 17 October 2012 (0 Comments)

A Flash View In The Building Of The Cloud How often did you want to share a picture, a favorite song, or even a movie with a friend but suddenly realized that you had deleted those files from your laptop and only had them on a backup hard drive at home? Probably not very often, but often enough for you to begin thinking fondly [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 17 October 2012 (0 Comments)

Softbank of Japan announced yesterday that it had made a new deal to buy 70 percent of U.S. mobile operator Sprint Nextel for a price of $20 billion, creating the third-largest operator in the world by revenue. Both Sprint and Softbank stated that this new deal will enable the latter to break out in the U.S. market becoming a competitive power, and the joining [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 17 October 2012 (0 Comments)

Choosing A Cloud Hosting Provider with Confidence Introduction Cloud computing is rapidly transforming the IT landscape, and the conversation around adopting cloud technology has progressed from “if” to “when .” Enterprises are showing strong interest in outsourced (“public”) cloud offerings that can help them reduce costs and increase business agility.  These cloud services offer enormous economic benefits but they also pose significant potential risks for enterprises [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 17 October 2012 (0 Comments)

Key Cloud Computing Trends In Each Of The Five Continents Going by recent surveys in all the five continents, it is telling that bigger things are yet to come in cloud computing. While Europeans are taking an exacting, albeit generic approach to changes visiting upon the scene, the Americans are considering the capital side of the equation. While Asians are gnawing at the meat [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 17 October 2012 (0 Comments)

One of the key selling points of cloud computing is the masking of complex IT processes that need to happen from within for organizations to literally benefit from the promise of agility, scalability and security. Many organizations in Asia that have the capability to run their own data centers see the cloud as the next step in the evolution of their data center operations. [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 17 October 2012 (0 Comments)

By Kenneth Ho, Cloud Security Alliance 17-Oct-2012 The promise of cloud computing has piqued the interest of many IT executives. It has garnered many raving fans as well as skeptical critics, exhorting and scorning the promises and pitfalls of cloud. In today’s enterprises, no matter which part of the world or what business you are, strive to do three things simultaneously, sustain existing products [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 17 October 2012 (0 Comments)

Is cloud computing necessarily a cheaper way to run business workloads than traditional compute? At the CIO Executive Summit 2012 held in Hong Kong last month, a Fujitsu executive suggested that “The unit of cloud is no less expensive that a unit of traditional compute.” This can be a puzzling statement. Don’t cloud vendors, and occasionally, some CIOs, speak about the dramatic cost savings [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 17 October 2012 (0 Comments)

By Asia Cloud Forum editors 17-Oct-2012 Allowing staff  to telecommute or work from home is a way to establish the work-life harmony and consequently, improve productivity and employee retention. That’s why 87% of Singapore employers polled by specialist recruitment firm, Robert Half, have allowed staff to telecommute.   The Singapore percentage is higher than  the global average of 79% in the survey of 1,777 [...]