The risk of data leakage on mobile platforms is acute, as some mobile devices are designed to share data in the cloud but have no general purpose file system for applications to share.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 10-May-2013
Cloud-based security services are also driving changes in the market landscape, particularly in the areas of secure email and secure Web gateways, remote vulnerability assessment, and Identity and Access Management.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 16-Apr-2013
Gartner's survey results show that the top three application software investment initiatives in 2013 will be CRM, ERP, and office and personal productivity tools. Thirty-four percent of respondents in APAC will increase their budgets on hosted applications.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 06-Mar-2013
High investors in new technologies such as cloud services, mobility and online collaboration can double their likelihood of being highly competitive -- from 35% to 74% -- and outperform their peers, according to research from the INSEAD business school and AT&T.
by: Khoo Boo Leong 18-Feb-2013
By 2015, Intel predicts that there will be 15 billion connected devices while Cisco expects over 3 billion connected users driving growth of global data center IP traffic by 33% annually through 2015, surpassing 4.8 ZB per year, more than 3 times the amount in 2011.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 29-Jan-2013
Gartner Fellow Steve Prentice explains where cloud is at in the current Gartner Hype Cycle, how cloud is giving way to "big data" as the next loudest IT force, and how cloud standards develop in places where "national boundaries" demand respect.
by: Carol Ko 29-Jan-2013
CIOs see cloud computing (SaaS, IaaS and PaaS) as their third most important technology priority in 2013, after "analytics and business intelligence" and "mobile technologies," according to Gartner's latest Executive Programs survey.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 18-Jan-2013
Cloud computing is expected to continue to gain in popularity as companies adopt new features and extend existing systems to additional departments or regions. However, UC as a service (UCaaS) is unlikely to be adopted in the same way as other cloud-based IT services.
by: Bruce Downing, ShoreTel 09-Jan-2013
In 2012, the Hong Kong OGCIO took the lead in hybrid cloud adoption and big players were busying building up data center capabilities. But industry-accepted cloud standards are still in the making.
by: Carol Ko 10-Dec-2012
Worldwide PaaS revenue is on pace to reach US$1.2 billion in 2012, up from US$900 million in 2011. The market will experience consistent growth with worldwide PaaS revenue totaling 1.5 billion in 2013, and growing to US$2.9 billion in 2016.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 22-Nov-2012