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Deciding just which components to include in a cloud implementation plays a crucial role in determining how best the cloud will serve the organization's needs.
Asia Cloud Forum editors 17-Apr-2013
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by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 28-May-2012
A growing ecosystem and strong enterprise demand certainly give Cloud Foundry much impetus to introduce commercial offerings later this year. Before the rollout, however, the PaaS provider aims to bolster its open multi-cloud positioning.
by: Khoo Boo Leong 22-May-2012
HP has begun commercializing Monsoon, a cloud infrastructure management solution developed by HP Labs in Singapore for hybrid cloud environments. Meanwhile, HP moved its first public cloud services to beta last week.
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IDC’s recent finding that Asia/Pacific financial services institutions seek greater clarity on cloud computing regulations and better articulation of business benefits by IT vendors emphasizes how not all businesses are ready cloud converts.
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As we progress towards an IT service model where computing resources are delivered via some form of cloud, automation tools will determine the extent to which companies are able to successfully reap the benefits of the technology.
by: Raphael Renaux, ORSYP 09-May-2012
In Asia Pacific we're seeing a growing realization amongst the enterprise community that cloud computing has even greater business potential. Organizations like NTT Communications are actively demonstrating that cloud computing can be a powerful strategic force to enhance its competitiveness.
by: Damien Wong, Red Hat 02-May-2012
The very nature of the cloud is at odds with traditional tax concepts. Most tax authorities have yet to develop detailed rules and guidance related to cloud-based operating models.
by: CFO Innovation Asia staff 02-May-2012
Salesforce.com's three-pronged Government Cloud strategy that includes a dedicated, multi-tenant government instance, a government apps marketplace and a government partner program.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 02-May-2012