What Is Cloud Computing? How Your Data Is Stored

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Cloud computing is the delivery of on-demand computing services over the internet.  Cloud computing can include online data storage, writing apps, media streaming, and more. Popular apps like Spotify, Netflix, and DropBox all run using cloud computing. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. You may have heard of "the cloud" countless times, but only have a general idea what it means. Cloud computing is the delivery of "on-demand" computing services — whether it's storage, software, processing power, or other resources — over the internet. You typically pay as you go, billed only for the resources you use or the storage amount you're subscribed to. Though cloud computing isn't...

MSFT: Cloud Computing in 2021: A Complete Investor’s Guide

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According to Gartner, the global cloud computing market will continue growing at a 17.5% annual rate over the next decade. Given its current size of $397 billion, this means it will be more than a trillion-dollar industry within the next 5 years.  For investors, this type of growth and scale means there are many different investment opportunities:  The big companies that are building the cloud infrastructure layer.  Companies building their own cloud-based platforms. These platforms have their own ecosystem in terms of users and developers building apps for them.  Companies building more targeted, software-based services on top of these platforms and infrastructure.  This type of growth means there are plenty of opportunities for investors in cloud computing. This report will provide a broad overview of the industry, examine some of the most...

IT spending, cybersecurity concerns, cloud computing, and more: Tech research roundup

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Tech-savvy companies used the COVID-19 pandemic to widen their leads over rivals as they invested heavily in artificial intelligence, automation, Internet of Things, cloud, and data management, according to an Accenture survey. Companies that had digitisation efforts underway were in far better shape to navigate the pandemic.For more see: Tech savvy enterprises used COVID-19 pandemic to widen lead over laggards, says Accenture Source...

Hot Cloud Computing News from Rackspace, VMware, More

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Check out our updates from Sinequa, CloudCheckr, SADA and more. From new platforms and partnerships to climate change and cloud stats, this Monday cloud computing news roundup has it all. You’ve probably already read that the Pentagon might end its Joint Enterprise Defense Initiative project amid all the legal fighting between Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. That kind of news tends to drown out other developments. So we’ve compiled some recent announcements, all of which are applicable to the channel. If you’re looking for name recognition, we bring you Rackspace, VMware Cloud, Sinequa, OutSystems, CloudCheckr, HYCU and SADA. Click through the slideshow above for the cloud computing news you need to know this second week of May. Source...

Report: Pentagon looking at ending $10B JEDI cloud computing contract

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U.S. Defense Department officials are considering ending the JEDI cloud computing contract, the Wall Street Journal reported today. The JEDI, or Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, contract is set to see the Pentagon spend as much as $10 billion over 10 years on cloud infrastructure and services. The Pentagon awarded the deal to Microsoft Corp. in 2019.  The decision to choose Microsoft for the project came as a surprise because Amazon Web Services Inc., the largest player in the public cloud market by revenue, was widely expected to win JEDI. Microsoft’s contract win, which AWS says was influenced by political interference from former President Donald Trump, has been the subject of litigation ever since. Today’s report that the Defense Department has floated the idea of scrapping the contract comes a few months after the Pentagon...

Q&A With David Egts of Red Hat Details Edge Computing Importance, Addressing Challenges and Hybrid Cloud Approach

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David Egts Red HatDavid Egts, senior director and chief technologist of Red Hat's North American public sector, recently took part in a recent Q&A session with ExecutiveBiz to detail the ongoing importance of edge computing and its capabilities in data processing.  During the Q&A session, Egts also discussed the changes in the federal workforce as our sector continues to adjust to telework as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of edge devices, the benefits and challenges of maintaining the connectivity for the internet of things (IoT), the positive influence of flexible tech infrastructure and more.  You can read the full Q&A session with David Egts below: ExecutiveBiz: Following the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on federal agencies and the federal workforce’s telework capabilities, what has changed since we last spoke about...

Cloud Computing Stack Layers Market | Strategic Industry Evolutionary Analysis Focus on Leading Key Players and Revenue Growth Analysis by Forecast To 2030 – KSU

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2021 New Report Published Via “Supply Demand Market Research” The Global Cloud Computing Stack Layers Market is highly competitive and fragmented. Several players in the market striving to provide superior products by differentiating them either based on quality or service. Vendors are deploying various organic and inorganic growth strategies to survive market competition. This report classifies key market players as dominant, pure-play and industry-focused players to offer effective investment opportunities and allow clients to make informed decisions. The major players in the Cloud Computing Stack Layers Market include top Key Players:  Amazon Web Services, Salesforce, Microsoft Azure, IBM, Google Cloud Platform, SAP, Rackspace, H&P Helion, OVH, Avaya, Oracle Feel free to contact us for any inquiry, Download PDF Sample Copy of Cloud...

Cloud Computing Service Market Trend, Technology Innovations and Growth Prediction 2021-2026

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The product terrain of Cloud Computing Service market is fragmented into Software-as-a-Service,Platform-as-a-Service andInfrastructure-as-a-ServiceRevenue and volume predictions of each product type are backed up with historical and latest production & consumption data.Growth rate and market share of each product category over the forecast timeframe are outlined.The application scope of the concerned products is split into Private Clouds,Public Clouds andHybrid Clouds.Market share and growth rate forecasts for each application segment are provided as well.The competitive arena of Cloud Computing Service market is defined by leading players like Adobe Systems Incorporated (USA),Salesforce.com, Inc. (USA),Rackspace Hosting, Inc. (USA),Acquia Inc. (USA),ServiceNow, Inc. (USA),Zoho Corporation Pvt. Ltd (India),FUJITSU (Japan),ENKI Corporation...

Cheap Stocks To Buy? 4 Cloud Computing Stocks To Know

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May 7, 2021 7 min read This story originally appeared on StockMarket Should Investors Buy These Cloud Stocks Amid The Recent Pullback? 2020 was a banner year for cloud computing stocks. In the past year, if you wanted to make money, the easiest way was to buy top cloud computing stocks in the stock market. Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, demand for cloud services skyrocketed to all-time highs. With companies focusing on digital acceleration, cloud infrastructure is vital to have. Being able to conveniently store and access company data is paramount as companies are still pushing their projects and innovations amidst these troubled times. Investors and companies seem to be aware of these trends. For instance, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) has enjoyed a...