Is Adobe embracing the cloud a sign of the times?
Adobe, at the annual “MAX” event, has completely re-branded the companies most well-known Creative products which consists of Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, and Premiere Pro. Each will now gain a CC moniker (e.g. Photoshop CC) which represents “Creative Cloud”.
The cloud for live sports: From blue-sky to real world
Many broadcast experts believe that live sports and news programming have driven much of the broadcast production innovation we see today. The demand for high-quality, low latency video delivered at maximum speed, accelerated ongoing advancements in digital workflows enjoyed by many broadcast sectors.
RIP the old world and why cloud causes inevitable change
The IT Sector is changing rapidly and many are ignoring this change, citing they will get around to it when needed or it will not affect them. So was said in many other boardrooms in other sectors to devastating downfalls. Change is inevitable and the time to take heed and action is now, in a planned and managed way, before the change is forced upon you.
Apple’s iCloud most widely used cloud storage platform, beats Dropbox
According to the latest report published by Strategy Analytics, Apple is moving ahead of competitors Dropbox, Google and Amazon in the battle for cloud storage supremacy. Over a quarter (27%) of Americans polled said they had used iCloud, compared with 17% for Dropbox, with Amazon Cloud Drive (15%) and Google Drive (10%) trailing behind.
Consumer knowledge of cloud still vague, says new survey
With the analysts predicting cloud computing to rise and rise in 2013, it can be refreshing to get a consumer perspective on how they use the cloud and their overall knowledge of it. Yet the signs don’t appear to be good – a new survey from UK-based hosting group Webfusion has revealed that two thirds of UK consumers don’t have a clear view of what the cloud entails.
Does size really matter when it comes to the cloud?
To my knowledge, there is only one overriding advantage of a large cloud provider - namely price.
BSA: EU cloud uptake lower than global average
A BSA study shows a lag between EU consumer cloud take up and the rest of the world. But how does recent research compare?
Citrix survey: Is the cloud confusing?
A survey from Wakefield Research for virtualisation experts Citrix has shown that, for consumers, many Americans are unaware of what ‘the cloud’ entails.
Three strikes and out? Microsoft, Twitter, Google clouds suffer
What's the difference between the Olympic torch and the cloud? The Olympic torch never goes out. As the 2012 Olympics begin, more than one cloud site is affected.
Storms take Amazon cloud down – were you affected?
In the week that the International Working Group on Cloud Computing Resiliency reported worldwide cloud outages cost at least £45m over five years, the all-encompassing Amazon EC2 Cloud was down on Friday night due to heavy storms in Virginia.