Cloud computing is a concept that’s been around since the 60s. It was only in this century, though, that it became a mainstream reality. What was a somewhat nebulous concept
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Maybe you are like me, living in a different country which you were not born in and want to keep up with news, movies etc. from home.
If you read this you are probably already using cloud based services, maybe you using Dropbox to upload your files to, or maybe you are using Google Drive at work.
Are you a user of Google Apps, did you know that Google Apps includes a videoconferencing service named Hangouts!
Here is a great service that will tell you what technology a website is built off, this can be useful when you provision a new cloud service and the provider
To complete your PaaS setup, you would need to add a CDN and DNS hosting to complete your setup. The company that can help you with CDN and to manage
In 2007, Gartner reported that the IT industry was responsible for approximately 2% of global greenhouse gas emissions– equivalent to the aviation industry at the time. Since then the number
Cloud computing is the use of computing resources (hardware and software) that are delivered as a service over a network (typically the Internet). The name comes from the use of a cloud-shaped symbol as an abstraction for
Moving to the cloud requires new skills inside of an organization, the IT team of an organization of the future will focus more on consulting and guiding the business in