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What’s Next for Cloud Computing: Trends in 2017

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Digital India – Connecting the Unconnected with Technology (1)

2016 witnessed a huge number of enterprises shifting their businesses to cloud based architecture. Experts believe 2017 will be an even bigger year in terms of cloud adoption. And, one of the biggest factors driving this change will be cloud architecture vendors competing to provide infrastructure-as-a-service at lower costs. Continue reading

Making Secure Enterprise Mobility a Reality

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Making Secure Enterprise Mobility a Reality

Enterprise mobility is taking the IT world by storm. One of the most prominent trend shifts over the last year has been the wide-ranging adoption of enterprise mobility in the business world. An on-the-ground transformation of this trend has been the shift away from the tunnel-like focus on mobile applications. A complete digital transformation is required within the enterprise, and enterprise mobility is a definite way forward. Continue reading

Do the New Paradigms of SMAC Improve Productivity of Enterprises?

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SMAC
An omnipresent internet has enabled corporates and communities to connect, collaborate and communicate regardless of geography. Multiple case studies have shown the increasing power of technology to achieve the outcomes, and bring in a viral response for the greater good. Continue reading

Why Microsoft Cloud is a Dream for Start-ups

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microsoft cloud for startups

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

Why Cloud Makes Sense for Small and Medium Businesses

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 cloud for SMB

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

Top 5 Technology Trends India Can Expect To See In 2016

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Technolgy trends in 2016

In a technology world, where change is the only constant, it is hazardous to forecast how technology will play out in 2016. However, the disruptions will be an extension of trends that took off in 2015, albeit with higher adoption rate and stronger reinforcements.

The top 5 technology trends India can expect to see in 2016 are:

Mobile will get bigger and more diverse. And it doesn’t just mean the rising number of smartphone users, but also the host of other reasons behind this growth. Continue reading

How cloud unlcouds business?

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How cloud unlcouds business
In the current digitalized world, businesses are encountering some big challenges.

  • Business must be in constant touch with their customers
  • Customers are looking for fast and quick solutions
  • Real-time information is the key to give real-time solutions
  • Employees must be empowered to work form anywhere, anytime
  • Scalability is the key to meet rising and unexpected business demands
  • Enterprises don’t have the time, money and expertise to design, develop and deploy all business software and IT platforms

What does it mean for the businesses? They must be able to function faster in lesser time with fewer resources, greater flexibility and high-performance level. Continue reading

7 Top Technological Trends of 2015

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7 top technological trends of 2015
2015 was the year of technology disruptions. This past year has made businesses rethink strategies and forced many top executives to change their outlook towards the markets, technologies, competition and most importantly, customer behavior. Many of these technological trends created tectonic shifts deeply unsettling the existing business models and impacting them in unprecedented ways.Organizations had to reset their strategies based on the rapidly changing technological landscape, and align it with their business goals. Continue reading

Why C.A.P. is the best cloud solution for Enterprises?

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C.A.P for Enterprise Benefits

Tapping the C.A.P for Enterprise Benefits

Mission critical apps and sensitive corporate data are increasingly moving into the cloud. Two primary motivations for this cloud adoption are real-time analytics and BI (business intelligence). This is where CMS IT’s Cloud Analytics for productivity (C.A.P) gives distinct advantages to enterprises. We offer the fastest time to value in the business, simple and secure set up, quicker deployment and a platform designed to make business more productive and cost-efficient. Continue reading

Easing your Cloud Concerns: A few recommendations for banks

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cloud in financial sector

The ubiquity of cloud is driving organizations to move to the cloud regardless of its concerns regarding security, compliance and data integration issues. By providing near-unlimited hardware and software resources on an off-the-peg, pay-as-you-go basis over the internet, cloud computing drives down costs, enables innovation and creates the flexibility to respond to change. Traditionally banks were reluctant to embrace such technologies, especially on security grounds. There are other challenges too, such as regulation and the potential complexity involved in managing many different suppliers spread all over the world. Continue reading