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Big Changes at CenturyLink's Cloud Unit

CenturyLink, a telecommunications company that pushed hard into cloud computing starting with its $3.2 billion acquisition of Savvis four years ago, followed by purchases of… 472 more words


Why use cloud computing?

Cloud computing, in simple terms, is storing information online instead of storing it on your own computer or other device. Anyone who uses the Internet is probably already using cloud computing, whether they realize it or not. 375 more words

Introducing Cloud-Scale Networking in a 100G World

A few weeks ago, we announced a transformative technology offering for our service provider customers:  software solutions for cloud-scale networking.

At the time, Cisco’s SVP for service provider, Kelly Ahuja, … 258 more words

Cisco Canada

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Oregon Law Practice Management

These Technologies Will Shape the Near Future

“Over the past few years, we have witnessed a number of technological revolutions. First there was the rise of smartphones, than tablets came along and finally cloud services hit the mainstream. 100 more words

Digital Business

MSORMAN Session 5: Value Chain

Before we start to this value chain topic, there was another individual presentation shared from my classmate in MIS. It was about cloud computing. There I remembered the time way back on my college days wherein I also proposed to present cloud computing as a look into future technology for our college magazine. 275 more words


Remote Mirroring advantages in disaster recovery!

Remote Mirroring is nothing but to provide data accessibility protection for an application/s using physically separate locations. To understand it in simple terms, let’s go with an example. 523 more words

Disaster Recovery