Infographic of Cloud Computing Outlook 2011

Today Cloud.com, Zenoss and BitNami released the results of a recent survey to determine the key IT objectives and obstacles to cloud adoption.  The survey respondent base consisted of the development communities from BitNami, CloudStack and Zenoss Core, all open source projects, and included more than 500 IT professionals.  For an analysis of the results see Cloud Computing Survey Finds...

By Louis Columbus, 25 August 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Adoption, Consumer, Economy, Forecasts, Industry, Infographic, PaaS, SaaS .

Cloud could cut staff sickies

Companies who move into the Cloud could see a reduction in the number of sickies their workers take, according to an industry expert.

Figures released by the TUC suggest there are now 3.7 million home workers in the UK and InTechnology, a cloud-based managed services provider, believes this number will continue to grow as more organisations sign up to the Cloud.With significant investment being poured into the UK's digital infrastructure over the last decade, coupled with the fact that many parts of the UK now boast high-speed broadband connectivity...

By Verity Gough, 24 August 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Adoption, Trends.

New focus on security and data portability as Cloud gets overcrowded

As the meteoric rise of the cloud continues, IT leaders are pushing for better standards to address key issues such as security and data portability in the cloud. Only last month another organisation joined the demand for standards. IBM-backed Cloud Standards Customer Council, www.cloud-council.org, announced its committee members which include Citigroup, Costco Wholesale and Deere & Co as well as launching its working groups covering such topics as: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS); Software as a Service (SaaS);...

By Verity Gough, 23 August 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Adoption, Big Data, Compliance, Industry, Security.

Trends in the Update and Patch Management Market

Successful update and patch management processes include maintaining knowledge of available patches and updates, deciding the necessary patches and updates for a given system, ensuring they are effective, testing systems and documenting the process. For midsize and large enterprises with numerous systems, update management best practices call for automating this process.

By NEI, 12 August 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Adoption, Compliance, Enterprise, Scalability, Security.

Why Java will shine on the Cloud?

Java has made remarkable strides in the Information technology landscape ever since its inception in 1995. The fabric of the Java ecosystem today has a widespread global adoption combined with the huge number of consumers,developers and followers. The ‘Java economy is also huge’

The key for Java to make this sort of an overwhelming impact is because of two key reasons apart from the fact of it being a very powerful programming language by...

By Sankar Nagarajan, 12 August 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Adoption, Enterprise, Industry, Trends.

2011 Recession : Cloud could be positive for Indian IT SMEs

With the Standard & Poor’s downgraded its credit rating of US, the world’s largest economy, to ‘AA+’ from ‘AAA’ triggering fresh fears about the overall health of global economy, It is widely speculated that a turbulent US market may be a trouble for the Indian IT outsourcing sector, for which the US market accounts for close to 60% of revenues.

Economictimes (ET) has published its perspectives on  how another recession may affect the IT sector.

By Sankar Nagarajan, 10 August 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Adoption, Economy, Enterprise, Government, Industry.