Up 2012 Conference sessions focus on Cloud Computing developments and trends impact on global economy and society.
Double-digit non-store sales growth expected; Smartphones to influence $36 billion in retail store sales
Market Demand Softens, According to IDC
Gartner’s 2012 Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies Identifies “Tipping Point” Technologies That Will Unlock Long-Awaited Technology Scenarios
Co-located Events to Offer a Comprehensive Program for Government Technology and Policy Leaders
Ultrabooks Had Little Impact on Overall Shipments in the Quarter
Public Cloud Services to Grow from $109 Billion in 2012 to More Than $200 Billion by 2016
Server Market Growth Slows in Face of Market Transitions, According to IDC
Breaches in Technology Security Seen as a Rising Threat; Patent Portfolio Risks Escalate
IP Infusion to Demonstrate ZebOS Platform Software Combined with OpenFlow To Deliver Greater Service Availability and Efficient Policy Management
Software Defined Networking solutions for virtual and cloud data centers will be represented at the Interop show in Las Vegas May 6 through 10 with two speakers discussing ways to optimize virtual data centers and cloud computing.
What is new at this years Interop conference in Las Vegas? Checkout these announcements scheduled for next week.
Open Networking Summits, Inc. has announced its final 30 demonstrations who will showcase the latest OpenFlow and Software Defined Networking (SDN) technologies for this year’s summit.
Need For Data Center space is growing. 92% of data center respondents will definitely expand in 2012—the highest percentage in the past 6 years
76%, of IT decision makers indicate mobile trends will have a high to extremely high impact on their organization. Over 50% of IT leaders also expect cloud computing (58%), consumerization of IT (53%) and social media (52%) will have large impacts on organizations this year