Achieve business success with cloud: Start with company optimization

Corporate users of cloud computing using private, public or hybrid cloud models should adjust their structures and methods of operation to a new way of processing.

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Virtual memory – the Pandora’s box?

How to manage security in virtual memory? Virtual memory is the essential component in a virtual machine.

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January #cloudchat recap: Interoperability and open source

This #cloudchat took place on Jan. 10, 2013, and focused on standards, open source initiatives, and particularly OpenStack.

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Were you late to an important meeting?

How can cloud solutions help emergency vehicles navigate traffic faster?

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IBM SmartCloud Enterprise unleashed III – The security issue

This blog post will go into detail on how security is arranged within and around IBM SmartCloud Enterprise.

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Backup to the cloud: Good idea or recipe for disaster?

Backup has always been a challenge in the enterprise, especially with the recent growth in data volumes.

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January #cloudchat: 2013: The year of interoperability in the cloud?

The January 10 #cloudchat will focus on cloud open source initiatives and interoperability. Join on Twitter from 4 to 5 p.m. ET.

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Top business differences between SmartCloud Enterprise and SmartCloud Enterprise+

Edwin Schouten explores the business differences between the two IBM offerings SmartCloud Enterprise and SmartCloud Enterprise+.

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Redrawing the cloud atlas: How Africa is adopting cloud computing

South Africa is often cited as the breakout case, but cloud adoption is permeating through the continent.

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Become an IBM Certified Solution Advisor – Cloud Computing Architecture

Here’s your chance to get certified in the latest cloud certification program from IBM. Test ”000-281: Foundations of IBM Cloud Computing Architecture V2” gives you the certification designation of IBM Certified Solution Advisor - Cloud Computing Architecture V2.

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Faster cloud computing

By reducing the overhead associated with managing virtual machines, IBM researchers make cloud entry more practical for businesses with data intensive workloads.

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Desktop as a Service: Go virtual or not?

Cloud terminology is already complex enough with its IaaS, SaaS, PaaS, BPaaS; so now we have one more term contributing to the overall confusion with cloud-related services. It is desktop as a service (DaaS). You might say “Well, it is just another buzz word to help marketing guys in selling virtualization” and probably you are right.

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