Do you play mobile games on your smartphone or tablet? What about on your computer? And do you still put in a CD or DVD to play them? Or do you download an app to play? Have you ever tried an online game within Facebook? And what about on your game console? As bandwidth has increased and technology has evolved, more and more of these gaming experiences are being served from the cloud.
As mentalities change to adopt cloud computing, decision-makers need to understand the potential benefits associated with migrating applications to the hosted environment.
Software defined networking (SDN) is today where the cloud was a few years ago, and their paths are quite similar.
Cloud computing solutions continue to win advocates as the technology exceeds expectations in businesses around the world.
The software defined networking (SDN) market is in an interesting place, as technology evangelists have varying perspectives of the strategy, though the majority are positive.
At GoGrid we are always looking for ways to improve our product and add value for our customers.
GoGrid, BEAR Data Solutions, NetApp, and ScaleArc have an exciting cloud meetup planned for next week (Wednesday, May 22, 2013) in San Francisco.
Every company adopting public cloud computing as part of its IT service delivery strategy is faced with the decision of which applications to migrate to the cloud and how.
As businesses around the world continue to pursue mobile, social and cloud computing technologies in an effort to improve operations and stay competitive, more organizations are falling victim to sophisticated digital threats that are being reengineered with next-generation infrastructure environments in mind.
If you’re an online advertising company, you know how important it is to have infrastructure that performs and is resilient, reliable, and available globally.