Private Cloud adoption is on the rise due to constrain budgets as respondents strive to improve efficiency while also delivering critical business applications
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Cloud Services Provider BizCloud Offers Savings and Customer Acquisition Tips for Online Gaming CompaniesNovember 10, 2011 | Nebojsa Despotovic
BizCloud, a provider of cloud technology and marketing solutions for small and mid-sized businesses, offers tips for online gaming companies on how to save money and improve customer acquisition by employing SaaS Application Performance Management systems.
Manhattan Beach, Calif. – September 6, 2011 – Morphlabs, a provider of converged Dynamic Infrastructure solutions for the Enterprise, announced today that it has raised $5 million in Series C funding. The round was led by strategic partners BBT of Japan and a private, Indoneseia-based investor group. Morphlabs will use the additional capital to fuel immediate deployments in the ASEAN region as well as select deployments in North America, like the recently announced Alchemy Communications operating partnership.
The ASEAN region requires an end-to-end solution for cloud infrastructure delivery that can be deployed efficiently and adapts to rapid growth requirements. After carefully evaluating the players in the cloud computing space, Morphlabs is making an impact by enabling enterprise customers, for the first time, to consume dynamic cloud infrastructure via a blueprint that is fully-optimized and designed to be both fault-tolerant and scalable. The mCloud DCU solution allows enterprises to control their cloud infrastructure with no capital expenditure, making cloud available to rapidly developing IT markets. Morphlabs is clearly positioned to become a leader in the cloud computing industry.
Cloud computing is generating significant revenue streams for information technology (IT) channel companies, who plan to boost their cloud investments in the next year, according to research from CompTIA, the non-profit trade association for the IT industry.
Among IT channel companies offering cloud computing solutions, 46 percent report deriving 50 percent or more of their annual revenue from cloud-related products and services in the last 12 months, according to the CompTIA survey. The large majority of these companies (85 percent) expect cloud sales to
The results of a new mobile web survey indicate that mobile users are actively engaged with the mobile web, but that their mobile web service experience tends to be disappointing or just average. The survey was jointly issued by Modapt, Inc., a Boston-based technology company that optimizes websites for the mobile web and Morrissey & Company, a communications firm.
The two companies collaborated on the survey, which gathered data on mobile users including their mobile web browsing habits, their employers’ mobile web presence and their personal experience browsing the mobile web.
The survey reveals that mobile users still find their mobile web browsing experience to be less than optimal, even with next generation devices.
- · While 95% of respondents reported using advanced
EMEA SMB Cloud Computing Spend Estimated to be US$2.5 Billion in 2011 With 35 Million SMB Users on CloudAugust 3, 2011 | Nebojsa Despotovic
An estimated 35 million SMB users in EMEA are expected to use some form of Cloud by the end of 2011. UK, France, Germany will have a little more than 1 in 5 SMB Users on Cloud.
Techaisle expects SMBs, especially in developed countries, to use cloud services along with their on-site solutions until they become more comfortable with 24/7 availability of the cloud in a reliable and secure manner and are able to serve their mobile employees.
Among the various Cloud Computing categories, IaaS/PaaS show the fastest growth rate of over 27 percent followed by Business Productivity at 24 percent. The growth in Business Productivity adoption within the cloud bodes well for Microsoft (and its delivery partners who serve SMBs directly) which recently rolled out its Office 365 offerings for SMBs.