Gaming firm raises $30m for cloud development
One company is working hard to develop cloud computing services for the gaming industry.
Virtualisation becoming standard technology
Virtualisation is becoming standard in a large number of business organisations, recent comments and figures suggest.
Cloud computing spending predicted to rise
Spending on cloud computing services by enterprises is expected to show substantial growth over the course of the year.
IT leaders are opting for server cloud computing in a bid to decrease their network complexity.
This is according to research from the International Data Corporation (IDC), which has revealed that worldwide revenue for servers deployed to offsite public clouds will reach $3.6 billion in 2015. Managed networks containing converged systems that are pre-integrated and ready for use - known as private clouds - will generate revenue of $5.8 billion.
Virtualisation offers shortcut to cloud computing
Moving to cloud computing could be made simpler through the use of virtualisation.
Security is main cloud computing issue
Data security and a demonstrable return on investment are the two main issues concerning businesses when it comes to cloud computing migration.
Broadband access vital for businesses
Access to broadband services is becoming increasingly important as IP communications and other bandwidth-intensive services are becoming almost vital for businesses.
Data centre efficiency to improve with sensors
Cloud computing as a whole could become more efficient through a new practice of adding sensors to server chips in data centres.
IP communication to be offered over Facebook
Leased lines could be needed by firms who are keen to take advantage of a new video calling option on Facebook.
3,000 firms a day opting into cloud computing
Around 3,000 companies a day are signing up to use Google’s range of cloud computing tools.
IP communications offer easier implementation path
Businesses choosing to install IP communications in the form of mobile VoIP will find that the service offers a number of benefits.
A hybrid cloud computing environment appears to be the most popular communications solution for businesses today.
In a recent survey of 150 enterprise CIOs and IT directors, it was revealed that the vast majority of firms are opting for a mixture of cloud computing and private data centres. Just 17 per cent of respondents indicated that they will just use private data centres, while the same number stated that they will only use the cloud.
Cloud computing yields strongest ROI, finds survey
According to a new Bloomberg survey, cloud computing has emerged as the infrastructure investment area which has yielded the most ROI in the last year.
Cloud could offer relief for data centre managers