Virtualization and cloud computing are two technologies that have long been confusing business owners. But that shouldn’t be the case. Understanding the differences between the cloud and virtualization is the fastest way to use these technologies to your greatest advantage.
If you’re deterred by heavy-duty full machine Virtualization, then the open-source container platform developed by Docker is something you might want to keep a lookout for, as it promises to change the future of IT. Learn more about how containers can help your business boom.
The next big thing in cloud computing is capturing small-business owners’ attention, and it’s easy to see why. Even after migrating to the cloud, businesses are still forced to deal with configuring and maintaining servers; it’s just done over the internet.
Advancements in business IT have always been driven by a need to get more done, in less time. It used to be about how fast your employees’ computers were, but as more tasks are moved to the cloud, companies like Google are finding new ways to improve how those services are delivered.
If your business is considering cloud virtual desktops, you’ve undoubtedly looked into Amazon Web Services. AWS offers one of the most reliable and easily accessible options on the market, including the recent release of high-powered machines with direct access to Amazon’s data centers.
Most people will tell you that clouds can be only be found in the sky. But in the IT world, clouds are more grounded: the latest of which are a combination of private clouds and public clouds, appropriately dubbed “hybrid clouds.” This innovation allows SMBs to have the best of both cloud worlds while minimizing […]
Cloud computing has proven to be a cost-effective necessity for small businesses. Owners can now breathe a sigh of relief as website hosting, email services implementation and online file storage have become easier thanks to the cloud. However, there are still many owners who remain misinformed about installing a cloud infrastructure at their company.
If the National Federation of Independent Business Owners survey is anything to go by, only 33% of business owners are able to get credit to run their businesses. we can safely assume that very few people get into that lucky well while most others have to bootstrap and find other sources of funding.
Cloud computing has come of age. It now marks the new age businesses and helps enterprises save costs, increase efficiency, and make things much easier than they way. For virtually every work type, business process, and business, there ought to be a solution out there in the cloud.
As we write this, the cloud is everywhere. It stretched, and it looms far into the horizon. Almost every company we know of – small or big – has tried to extend itself into the cloud. Whether they successfully use the cloud and transform the way they compute is not what we are getting at, though.