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Myanmar Central Bank Looks Forward To Cloud Computing

After spending decades on managing tons of work at Central Bank of Myanmar longhand, trio of Japanese companies are moving this giant to technological competence. The three companies, Daiwa Institute of Research Ltd, Fujitsu Limited and KDDI Corp.  team up to give South Asia its first cloud system. Of course, it is an effort to keep up the pace with Myanmar’s changing demands. Myanmar is bringing a lot of c ...

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Obvious Cloud Trends For Upcoming Year

As we bid farewell to 2012 and look forward to welcoming 2013, the cloud computing juggernaut continues to roll on. It’s expected that the coming year will hail significant growth for cloud computing, augmenting its users and consumers rank in the enterprise market. These ongoing trends could very well escalate on an unprecedented level and gain momentum. That being said, the world of IT is tumultuous and u ...

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Things You Should Know About Cloud VPS Hosting For Small Business Websites

Quite a few net hosting providers are giving lots of distinctive hosting ideas based mostly on their functions. Cloud VPS hosting is recognized as for being one of the most dependable hosting approach for company websites. VPS works in the virtual atmosphere based on program. A substantial actual physical server is divided into numerous virtual devoted servers regardless of each other. A lot of the persons ...

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Cloud Computing: Hits And Failures Of 2012

  It is predicted that in the coming years, companies offering cloud services will double their existing revenue. This alone highlights the importance of cloud services in the near future.  So; let’s weigh the strong areas of cloud computing against the weak ones. Here are 6 issues we noticed in 2012 about the cloud: 1.      Outages: Still An Issue Though tech giants of the IT industry are convinced to swit ...

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RIM’s Change In Service Fee Incite Stock Decline

Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM)’s resolution to end service fee for some customers is a direct risk for its one of the most running source of income. Subscribers who use added services like advance security would pay a normal fee, but those who do not subscribe to such services will not be making any contribution to the company’s revenue. Service fee alone accumulated 982 million, out of a total of 2.73 billi ...

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3 Cloud Computing Predictions For 2013

Cloud computing, once new, is now the center of attention in the IT world. Gartner, a renowned IT research and advisory firm suggests that cloud computing has moved beyond the peak of inflated expectations, almost reaching the point of success. More and more people and businesses are using cloud applications—by using Gmail and Facebook, etc., we have entered into the cloud system. Accounting, expense report ...

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Cloud Computing is not just another buzzword

The IT industry is notorious for coming up with buzzwords and technology that fails to deliver. Cloud computing is not another buzzword; it is a fundamental shift in the way we access and consume IT resources. It’s being driven by the consumer and it’s impacting every industry. Cloud computing is already changing the way in which both IT and business services are delivered and managed – yet there are often ...

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What To Expect From Cloud Computing In 2013

The idea of cloud is finally shaping into reality. The beginning was of course buying, collecting storage and making enterprises believe in it. Now is the time when finally, giant companies have understood the current computing demand, and are ready to move on to the cloud. The companies that are in charge of providing cloud services have upgraded their applications and have started using practical hybrid m ...

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US All Set To Face The Challenge Of Economic Shift

A latest study by the National Intelligence Council suggests that by the year 2030, the economic centre of the world would be moving to Asia. This means America’s economic power will reduce, while China and others will boom. That’s not it, America has more to worry about; another study by Gartner Research foresees over 60 per cent of work in the world will be done through cloud servers by 2014. It hints tha ...

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Cloud Management a Necessity in Cloud Computing

How do we define cloud computing? Is it just the delivery of services via web or lending hardware and bandwidth? Or is there a lot more to it than just that. The right definition conceptualizes a wide range of aspects of the cloud. Cloud computing empowers you to navigate all of your business activities, ranging from marketing to accounts. Hosts provide technical support to the businesses, so they don’t hav ...

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