Posts Tagged ‘cloud computing’

Gartner’s Predictions for IT Trends in 2013

Each year technology companies launch some new product or service touted as the next big thing, poised to revolutionize its particular market.

The fall of 2012 is shaping up to be particularly exciting in the computing world, with Apple recently introducing their iPad Mini, the smaller and more affordable version of their industry-leading tablet, and Microsoft’s upcoming release of the complete relaunch of its operating system, Windows 8. Each of those releases should make a real impact in personal computing, but what about in the world of information technology?

Cloud Computing in Everyday Life

Just a few short years ago, the term cloud computing was reserved for a few visionaries in IT departments.

Today, you can’t turn anywhere without seeing the term.

Everyone from SalesForce, to Apple, to Microsoft, and even Amazon is touting it as the wave of the future. But just what is cloud computing?

Enterprise cloud users benefit from the IT infrastructure vendors like Apple and Amazon already have in place to conduct their business or personal needs in a more cost efficient way.

6 Trends to Rule the Future of Internet Marketing

Internet marketing is a crucial activity that lets content reach to a global audience. More and more enterprises are plunging into internet marketing and nobody wants to be left behind. Internet marketers need to stay abreast with the latest trends in this field and continuously update their marketing strategies.

Here are some interesting and upcoming trends of internet marketing:

Emergence of Mobile-dependent markets

Using mobile for surfing internet is not rare nowadays. As more and more mobile consumers go online, web publishers are coming up with special versions of their websites, tailored especially for the mobile market. Reports reveal that mobile ad spending will increase by 74% this year and by 2013 it is expected to touch a whopping $13 billion.

What is Cloud Computing? – Why Should You Care About It? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Cloud ComputingAlthough IMHO Cloud Computing is a little over hyped but it is working for a lot of people. There was a time when only big businesses owned the best of the computers but with hardware costs coming down everybody started having there own machines.

Impact of Low Cost Hardware on Business

In a typical business scenario whenever you need more computing you would probably ask an IT guy to install more systems in to the server room. There are chances that your resources are not utilized properly.

Only at some peak hours your requirement for resources will spike and else it will not be wrong to say that your resources will be wasted.

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