Public Cloud Services to Grow from $109 Billion in 2012 to More Than $200 Billion by 2016
Survey Shows NAS Optimization as Top Choice for Overcoming Storage Performance Challenges in Virtualized EnvironmentsMay 22, 2012 | marijana
Avere Systems today announced the results of a third-party survey that shows NAS Optimization as the top choice of solutions being considered by IT executives to meet the challenges to storage performance posed by virtualization.
In the first half of 2012, Gatepoint Research invited …
Computer Science Corp CSC (NYSE: CSC) today announced it has acquired AppLabs Technologies Private Limited, the world’s largest pure-play software testing and quality management service provider. The acquisition vaults CSC into a leadership role in providing application testing services in the high growth discrete testing market, supporting the company’s multi-year strategic growth plan.
AppLabs brings a strong portfolio of emerging technologies, proprietary methodologies and tools, and a specialized sales force to CSC which significantly enhances CSC’s capabilities in application testing services as well as shortening time-to-market. AppLabs complements CSC’s expertise in Financial Services, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Chemical, Energy and Natural Resources and Technology and Consumer verticals. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Cloud Computing is evolving as the next big thing in Information Technology and Business transformation, where organizations globally are harnessing the power of the cloud for their benefits. Though cloud computing implementation and maintenance may be complicated for large enterprises, and public cloud can never be a confident option for them, cloud solutions still are required by masses specifically those looking for a cost-effective way to launch and/or transform their business.
Cloud computing might bear some security considerations in case of public cloud solution but its benefits are far more superior for startups & SME’s. Let’s have a look at the simpler and more user oriented aspect of cloud computing.