Category: cloud computing

Why cloud computing is perfect for small businesses

Why cloud computing is perfect for small businesses

More and more companies are turning to cloud computing, an umbrella term that groups together cloud backup, software as a service (SaaS), desktop as a service (DaaS), and cloud storage for small businesses, among other solutions. It’s a trend that makes sense: there are numerous benefits to adopting cloud computing, from the financial to the logistical and operational.

Got $3,000? Buy These 3 Top Cloud Computing Stocks Right Now

Got $3,000? Buy These 3 Top Cloud Computing Stocks Right Now

The digital transformation in the business world was already well underway when 2020 began, but the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic led to a notable spike in the rate at which organizations adopted cloud computing. Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) was a pioneer in this tech realm, and its Amazon Web Services (AWS) is still winning the largest slice of the business in it with about a third of the cloud infrastructure market. But investors who focus narrowly on the market leader risk missing out on an ever-growing list of opportunities in this fast-growing sector.

Comprehensive Cloud Middleware Monitoring and Management

Accelerate Your Hybrid, Multi-Cloud Strategy Supports All Clouds and On-Premises   Virtually all Nastel’s customers use the cloud in one form or another, whether it be the dynamic infrastructure of a virtualized private cloud, a hosted managed public cloud, or a hybrid combination of multi-cloud and on-premises servers hosting distributed microservices-based applications built, deployed, and…
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Why Cloud Computing Is Essential To Modern Manufacturing

Why Cloud Computing Is Essential To Modern Manufacturing

Manufacturing companies are often unfairly characterized as Luddites when it comes to the adoption of technology, but the reality is that manufacturing was one of the first industries to fully embrace business computing when it became commercially viable in the 1960s. They were building accounting systems, time-keeping systems and production tracking systems while many industries were still using clipboards and multi-part paper forms to manage their businesses. Manufacturing is also where huge integrated software systems like ERP were developed, and it was the place where breakthrough technologies such as computer-aided design (CAD), programmable machine tools and industrial robotics emerged in the 1980s. 

The 5 Biggest Cloud Computing Trends In 2021

The 5 Biggest Cloud Computing Trends In 2021

The events of 2020 have turned most predictions for 2021 on their head. Top trends such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the internet of things (IoT) will still define the ways in which tech reshapes our lives in the next year. However, the most significant use cases now involve helping us to adapt and survive in the changing times we are living through.

Microsoft And SpaceX: The Final Frontier For Cloud Computing

Microsoft And SpaceX: The Final Frontier For Cloud Computing

In about 20 years or so, cloud computing has become one of the most important technologies on the planet. But in the years ahead, the cloud may venture into outer space.

5 Real Estate Investments to Profit from Cloud Computing

5 Real Estate Investments to Profit from Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is no longer a thing of the future. It’s how a lot of business is currently done. The number of businesses and people taking advantage of cloud solutions is growing with the daily advances in technology and solutions that are offered. A lot of companies are profiting from this growing industry, and I’m…
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3 things the pandemic taught us about cloud computing

3 things the pandemic taught us about cloud computing

Many enterprises are learning some hard lessons they did not even know existed four months ago We’re in a recovery now, and at some point, things will be back to near normal…hopefully. We learned that some businesses fared better than others during the upheaval. Nine times out of ten, those businesses leveraged cloud successfully to…
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The Current Pandemic Gives Cloud Computing A Needed Jolt

The Current Pandemic Gives Cloud Computing A Needed Jolt

In a matter of weeks, the COVID-19 pandemic has upended global business. From local insurance agencies to multinational corporations, companies around the world have had to scramble to continue operations with their employees working remotely from home due to office and business closures as a result of government orders. Even without the pandemic, cloud-based tools…
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With A Few Glitches, Cloud Computing Should Cope With COVID-19

With A Few Glitches, Cloud Computing Should Cope With COVID-19

Cloud Computing – The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) contagion has resulted in a global pandemic with cities in lockdown and national governments being placed in crisis mode. As workers in many industries are now faced with the challenge of working from home, how will our IT frameworks be able to adapt to a ‘new shape of data…
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