Wyse reveals new mobile cloud apps for Japanese enterprises

New mobile cloud apps and services have been announced to help businesses manage and deliver content from the cloud.

Cloud client computing giant Wyse Technology has joined forces with Japanese telecoms provider Softbank Mobile to bring clients remote desktop access and multi-device content management from its enterprise apps.

The collaboration will allow users to create personal clouds in order to access data from various devices...

By Dani Millward, 23 February 2012, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Enterprise.

Antenna unveils new SaaS for enterprise app development

A new SaaS offering has been released in order to help businesses develop their own enterprise apps or consumer apps.

Antenna Software has revealed its new service, AMPchroma, as a means to create and deploy applications from one console, including native web-apps, hybrid web-apps, mobile websites and entire corporate app stores.

The solution also enables IT departments to oversee app development and unify strategies, alongside keeping...

By Dani Millward, 22 February 2012, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Enterprise, SaaS .

Cloud computing named in top 10 strategic technologies

Analysts have found that cloud computing will make significant impact on industries during the next three years. At the Gartner Symposium last week, delegates heard that enterprises will deliver a broader range of cloud services over the next two years. Users will notice an increase in enterprise-level cloud services. Providers, including Oracle, IBM and SAP, have major initiatives to expand services and Microsoft will continue to build on its offering. Hybrid cloud computing will also be a major focus next year, along with new certification programs, including fedRAMP and CAMM, which will be ready for trial, enabling more...

By Dani Millward, 25 October 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise, Industry, Private, Public, Security.

Private cloud service is a last resort

Enterprise should leave private cloud services as a last resort, says Gartner, beginning their journey to cloud computing with simple apps running in the public cloud, though only after thorough analysis.

During the IT Symposium on Tuesday, Gartner analyst Daryl Plummer advised how, if you do plan on using the cloud, you should start with common apps, like email, social, productivity and Web, then work your way through to the advanced apps.

This...

By Dani Millward, 21 October 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise, IaaS, Private, Public, SaaS , Security.

Hardware manufacturers struggle in cloud-friendly market

Cloud computing related businesses are performing strongly while hardware manufacturers are struggling as businesses increasingly spend their money on Cloud-based platforms rather than PC systems, analysts have said.

When the latest financial reporting season kicks off next week, Cloud-based businesses, including Intel Corp and EMC, are expected to report a boost to in revenue, as people choose remote data storage and create their own servers with the help of businesses like VMware.

However, computer...

By Dani Millward, 17 October 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, Economy, Hardware.