cloud computing

By general
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Aug 20th, 2013
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Larry Walsh / Channelnomics Cloud computing is dependent upon connectivity and persistent uptime. In the last week, three major Web outages have drawn attention to the fragility and frustration that come when a site or service is unavailable. The reality: Get used to it. The post No Reason to Panic Over Periodic Cloud Outages appeared […]...
By VAR_Staffing
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Aug 12th, 2013
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VAR_Staffing / VAR Staffing Companies that are struggling to find quality talent in this age of technology are, more often than not, dealing with the "third platform." This is the term used to describe mobility, social, big data and cloud computing. That list makes up the most in-demand areas of the IT channel. The previous […]...
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Aug 5th, 2013
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Channelnomics Perspectives / Channelnomics Savvy solution providers can leverage their managed print services into leading indicators of business mobility and cloud computing needs. The post Managed Print Offers Window to Mobility appeared first on Channelnomics. Read More...
By general
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Jul 26th, 2013
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/ CRN Despite Amazon’s push into public cloud computing, the company continues to remain quiet on just how much its Web services contributed to the company’s bottom line during its second quarter earnings call Thursday. Read More...
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Jul 26th, 2013
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Larry Walsh / Channelnomics Storage giant meets Wall Street expectations bang on, helped along by booming virtualization and cloud computing arm, VMware. The post EMC sales boosted by VMware in Q2 appeared first on Channelnomics. Read More...
By general
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Jul 17th, 2013
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Larry Walsh / Channelnomics Cloud computing adoption continues to grow, but vendors are finding it hard to find channel partners who are willing and able to engage in a meaningful way to take cloud products to market. And that could cause some vendors to rethink their channel strategies. The post Channel Inconsistency May Forcing Some […]...
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Jul 16th, 2013
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Chris Gonsalves / Channelnomics Close to 90 percent of IT decision makers at midsize firms say cloud computing is the technology model they are betting their futures on, according to a recent study by cloud services firm Evolve IP. Here are some of the most important findings from the survey. The post Survey: Cloud Rules […]...
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Jul 12th, 2013
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Larry Walsh / Channelnomics The CA Technologies Channel Index 2013 reveals mobility solutions are in greater demand and expected to product higher returns than cloud computing. This is leading the channel to produce more innovative solutions and diversify their portfolios. The post Mobility Tops Cloud in CA Channel Index appeared first on Channelnomics. Read More...
By general
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Jul 3rd, 2013
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Larry Walsh / Channelnomics Cloud computing holds the promise of providing businesses with affordable access to IT resources without the burden of self-management. However, the recurring fee structure is holding many from taking the plunge, and a growing backlash could be seen in what’s happening with PC and Windows 8 sales. The post Cloud Economics […]...
By general
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Jun 21st, 2013
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Chris Gonsalves / Channelnomics Cloud computing makes for strange bedfellows. Oracle CEO Larry Ellison teased several big-name alliances on Thursday and the invites are already out for a Microsoft-Oracle partnership announcement. The post Ellison: Microsoft-Oracle Partnership, Other ‘Startling’ Deals on Tap appeared first on Channelnomics. Read More...
By general
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Jun 19th, 2013
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Larry Walsh / Channelnomics Cloud computing, in theory, is exceedingly profitable because of recurring revenue and deep customer entanglement. However, the CEO of collaboration service Box believes the proliferation of applications ultimately means lower returns to vendors and resellers. The post A Different Theory on Low Cloud ROI appeared first on Channelnomics. Read...
By general
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Jun 4th, 2013
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Larry Walsh / Channelnomics Big Blue is aiming high in cloud computing by acquiring SoftLayer Technologies, a privately held hosting and services company with extensive delivery capacity. The deal reflects how traditional vendors want a greater piece of the cloud market. Read More...
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May 23rd, 2013
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Stefanie Hoffman / Channelnomics Cloud computing has sailed past infancy, experienced untold growing pains and jetted through awkward adolescence. And now it’s finally growing up. That’s at least according to TechInsight Report 2013:  Cloud Succeeds, Now What,?” commissioned by software and IT management firm CA Technologies. As the study’s title suggests, that b...
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May 14th, 2013
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/ CRN Customer demands, cloud computing and the technology refresh cycle are all helping to extend partner sales opportunities, according to a NetSuite channel executive. Read More...
By general
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Apr 19th, 2013
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/ CRN Cloud computing, when used correctly, can do good things to the bottom lines of customers, resellers and service providers. But one of the most obvious expenses often seems to slip through the cracks. Read More...
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Apr 18th, 2013
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Larry Walsh / Channelnomics Cloud computing is forcing solution providers to rethink and reshape their business models. However, a new study by The 2112 Group and CA Technologies show cloud computing isn’t the end goal of services transformation. It goes much deeper. Read More...
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Apr 4th, 2013
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/ CRN Cloud computing is more than a technology inflection point; it’s a state of mind, according to one panelist at UBM TechWeb’s Cloud Connect. Read More...
By general
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Mar 20th, 2013
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/ Business Solutions Magazine Aeris POS is a true cloud computing system. It is priced to match the emerging purchasing trends in today’s marketplace. It allows our partners to offer their merchants a more competitive (SaaS) model. Unlike legacy “boxed application” or “gimmick pricing” models, it is more akin to buying a utility service, w...
By general
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Mar 19th, 2013
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/ SMB Nation New research, including a survey of 1,300 companies commissioned by Rackspace, has found that more than half of organizations’ cloud deployments are being hampered by a shortage of cloud computing skills. Read More...
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Mar 19th, 2013
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Larry Walsh / Channelnomics Hewlett-Packard is pitting its future on innovations in security, Big Data and cloud computing, all while retaining its core businesses in personal computing, printing, networking, servers and storage. Despite everything the channel knows about HP, the vendor doesn’t believe partners know enough about what it does or has to offer. Read [&hel...