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Cloud offers peace of mind to Bangalore parents

Cloud technology provides a real-time text message service for Bangalore parents to track their child's school bus.

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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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Tivoli Service Automation Manager 7.2.2 makes life easier for cloud service providers

As mentioned by Marcela Adan in her blog post “Integrated service management for cloud: The heart of the IBM Cloud Service Provider Platform,” Tivoli Service Automation Manager (as part of IBM Service Delivery Manager) is the heart of the “manage” pillar of IBM Cloud Service Provider Platform. According to my personal experience, it is also the core of several IBM private and public cloud implementations all over the world.

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Cloud: An enabler for a smarter home

Today’s Internet of people is evolving into an “Internet of things,” because soon there will be more than one trillion connected devices. By 2013, 1.2 billion connected consumer electronics devices are expected in the more than 800 million homes with broadband connections. Imagine a home where your windows, doors, air conditioning, appliances, entertainment, security and more were controllable via the Internet.

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The 10 biggest myths about desktop cloud

Marcus Erber lists 10 myths of desktop cloud.

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Continuous delivery: A new mindset

With its ability to quickly adapt to changing environments, the cloud is particularly positioned to take advantage of continuous delivery.

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Accelerating private cloud

I think for private cloud acceleration, IT providers should provide follow-up functions in migrating to virtualized environments.

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Cloud computing: where is the standard?

There is now a need for a universal standard for cloud computing for service providers to abide by.

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Why do customers want to implement a managed IT infrastructure?

In my opinion, you stop the increase in operation and management workloads with cloud computing.

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How smart computing solutions can work for you

Last Saturday I finally registered my membership for car2go.

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Building a trusted cloud

From a user perspective, cloud computing is like the superstore in the mall which is providing a large catalog of essential services.

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Why my customer decided to migrate its main production system to SaaS

In May 2011, my customer announced that its main production system is migrating to SaaS. Why did they decide to do this?

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