In the span of a mere six months, not one but two, newer versions of my smartphone have been released. Now, I know I’m not the only one that suffers from what I call “the next big thing” syndrome. You know, you want the latest and greatest — all the bells and whistles. Fortunately, or unfortunately for me, it is only a mere annoyance to have to keep spending more to keep up with the latest technology.
But, imagine if you were trying to do the same with your IT infrastructure, to allow you to scale up and down as needed whether you are testing, expecting temporary spikes in traffic, or you need to address other business-related reasons for upping the number of servers you need at any given time. The costs and resources spent doing this would add up in a hurry too.
That’s where cloud hosting comes in. Whether you are considering a managed, dedicated or hybrid hosting solution, to help you sort it out, here are some recent articles and posts about the options and benefits available to you.
- Cloud Is ‘Bright Spot’ in Global IT Spending
- The Economic Impact of Cloud Computing
- Cloud Hosting Ideal for Testing
- Cloud computing spending: Miniscule, but fast growing
- Cloud Computing Forecast: Cloudy With A Chance of Fail
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