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INFOGRAPHIC: Cloud Computing Trends 2018

Businesses are no longer questioning whether they should move to the cloud or not, they are now thinking how much and by when. Businesses are now thinking about how they can use the latest technology and innovations in the cloud to achieve their business objectives. Although the cloud brings many benefits there are still some…

Why are SAP Workloads Moving to Cloud?

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Businesses nowadays have started to realize the benefits of moving their business to cloud environment. According to reports, by 2020, 67% of enterprise IT infrastructure and software will be for cloud-based offerings. As per Gartner, through 2017, 80% of organizations saw an increase in their IT spending on cloud services, despite moderate increases in overall…

Cloud 101 series : What is Cloud Computing? 

What is Cloud Computing

So you keep hearing the phrase “cloud computing” being thrown around and your response is, what is that? To keep it simple cloud computing is the distribution of computing services such as servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and more over the internet. There is an entire industry built around cloud computing since these resources…

What Does Fog Computing Mean for IoT?

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Fog computing could be the backbone of IoT especially in scenarios where it might need immediate response. Cloud computing is fine for app deployment but when you need quick response, fog computing is the ideal route to choose. Fog computing accelerates awareness and response to events by eliminating a round trip to the cloud for…

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Cloud-trends

The cloud adoption is picking ample speed.  According to Forrester Research, the recent trends in cloud in 2018, the significant 50% adoption milestone will be crossed, and cloud applications, platforms, and services will continue to radically change the way enterprises compete for customers. Forrester’s predictions for 2018 in a nutshell further demonstrates cloud computing in…

Will Fog Computing Replace Cloud Computing?

Will Fog Computing Replace Cloud Computing

As per Intel’s projection, there will be more than 20 billion connected devices by 2020. Products such as industrial sensors, connected manufacturing devices, and in-store promotional and analysis devices have already made an impact in the market. The way organizations used to share information and data is going to change along with the amount of…

Cloud Market Places & Why you should try it?

“The cloud services companies of all sizes…The cloud is for everyone. The cloud is a democracy.”  Marc Benioff – CEO – Salesforce.com Before we start off with anything, we should have a very clear idea about what is Cloud Computing. Putting things straight, cloud computing is nothing but the delivery of computing services—servers, storage, databases, networking,…