Category: Cloud

The Bridge To Cloud For Agencies & Hosters Is The Control Panel
By: Date: Categories: Cloud

Marco changes in the industry are relatively easy to pick however what is harder to identify for emerging Cloud Service Providers is the rate of adoption within customer segments. From a distance, the industry looks at the benefits of the new but doesn’t always take into account the existing investment in existing software or skills….

Read More →
What To Look For In A Cloud Management Application
By: Date: Categories: Cloud

Most people that are in the know today about IT would agree that the cloud is an extremely powerful platform for businesses. However, like anything else that is extremely powerful, from vehicles to animals to weaponry, it is important that cloud services are managed properly. Failure to effectively manage your cloud services can lead to…

Read More →
Delivering Cloud Services The Right Way
By: Date: Categories: Cloud

Delivering cloud services the right way is not always easy: in the constantly expanding world of the cloud, it may seem like systems are changing on a daily basis. While Amazon Web Services is one of today‚Äôs most popular and powerful platforms for cloud services, it does not come without its own set of challenges….

Read More →
Cloud Service Brokers – What Are They & How Big Is The Market ?
By: Date: Categories: Cloud

Cloud Service Brokers are the new way delivery model of Cloud Services. Companies are likely to choose one of the following models or a combination of the three. The three roles of the cloud broker: aggregation, integration, customization In a new Gartner report, “Cloud Services Brokerage is Dominated by Three Primary Roles” Plummer and three…

Read More →
Cloud Giants Spend $27bn On New Data Centres In Last Year
By: Date: Categories: Cloud

Google, Microsoft and Amazon were the big spenders on Data Centres in the last quarter. The figures come from the company public fillings so may include other expenditures but the majority of the funds have gone to data centres. In the most recent quarter, Google was the big spender with $2.35bn, Microsoft $1.7bn and Amazon…

Read More →