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Posts Tagged ‘cloud computing’

  • The Cloud Hosting SSD Market Heats Up

    Last Updated: April 30, 2014

    If you are in the market for Cloud servers you have come to the right place. In the past few years, the use of Cloud servers to power both consumer and corporate web hosting needs have become commonplace. Naturally with the rise of Cloud web servers, certain companies like RackSpace, Hivelocity, Amazon and VPS.net have […]

  • Cloud Streaming: How Does Spotify Work?

    Last Updated: April 24, 2014

    Sure, you love Netflix and Spotify. Sure, right now maybe you are, like us, listening to your favorite tracks using the desktop client of Spotify or maybe you are planning to stream a movie from Netflix later on with your new crush. Whatever the case, have you ever wondered how Netflix or Spotify actually work? […]

  • Locate Pain Points, The Cloud Isn’t Enough

    Last Updated: April 23, 2014

    Maybe the Cloud has been too successful. Maybe, due to the overall marketing campaign by various industry players, the Cloud has become to mean everything and anything. As we have noted in this space before, the tech itself has been hindered and hurt by its own marketing overuse. This said though, another major issue exists […]

  • Has the Cloud Killed IT? Part 2

    Last Updated: April 18, 2014

    Has the Cloud Killed IT? Part 2 Not only are consumers of Cloud Computing diluted about what pain points the Cloud addresses, IT professionals have bought into the ease of the sale. Make no mistake about it, IT professionals understand how the market place looks at Cloud Computing. Information technology professionals understand the market is […]

  • Has the Cloud Killed IT? Part 1.

    Last Updated: April 17, 2014

    Has the Cloud Killed IT? Part 1. Yesterday, while talking to a client of Quotecolo, I had an interesting conversation on the nature of the information technology industry and how the Cloud has impacted it. While the conversation agreed on the Cloud being nothing more than a marketing term for remote servers providing on demand […]