Why Cloud is the best option for startups?
One of the biggest challenges for start-ups is the lack of resources to procure and manage IT resources. A start-up with only 10 or 20 employees usually end-up dealing with an avalanche of IT tasks like website hosting, data storage, BYOD, CRM applications, numerous communication channels, online collaboration tools, payment processing and more. That’s where Cloud solutions can come into action. Continue reading
Numbers don’t lie! The SMB Cloud market is growing faster than ever…
At present, the SMB market for Cloud-based software is pegged somewhere around $28 billion. In 2015, the SMB market was at $25.2 billion, and it is expected to reach $34.9 billion by 2018, according to a new report from Cloud software specialist Odin.
RightScale’s annual State of the Cloud Report™ for 2016 has also some interesting numbers to share – 82 percent of enterprise companies have a multi-Cloud strategy (or hybrid Cloud). For SMBs, research finds that overall multi-Cloud adoption has risen from 58 percent to a staggering 71 percent year-on-year. Continue reading
Before we discuss the innovations that changed data centers forever, let us consider the following average annual growth rate (AAGR) workloads on data centers:
- 10% in server workloads
- 20% in power demands
- 35% in network bandwidth
- 50% in storage
_ David J. Cappuccio, Gartner Continue reading
Cloud is witnessing hyper growth. Forrester Research has predicted that the Cloud market will reach $191 billion by 2020. Clearly, Cloud and Cloud computing applications will play a game changing role in shaping the growth of businesses going forward. One of the reasons behind this exponential growth of the Cloud market is the host of benefits that it offers, especially to small and niche players which include: Continue reading
Creating virtual office wherever employees go
The rising tempo of Cloud adoption enabling mobile workforce is transforming the way we do business. According to IBM, over the next four years’, workloads hosted on the public cloud will grow by 44%. This means that almost half of the future mobile workforce will work outside from their office cubicles.Two of the most significant developments in Cloud technology to enable mobile workforce are email management and online work environments. And the third one is mobile security. Continue reading