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Get on the Grid: Utility Computing
The latest business model in licensing is the utility (on demand) computing and associated pricing. Sometimes called

UTILITY COMPUTING SYSTEMS: Get on the Grid: Utility Computing Get on the Grid: Utility Computing P.J. Jakovljevic - March 31, 2005 Read Comments Utility Computing Traditional enterprise software product licensing is being replaced with more creative hosted or managed software as service models. The latest business model is utility computing and associated pricing. Sometimes referred to as grid computing, this on-demand model is a trend that has captured the attention of technology heavyweights including IBM , Hewlett Packard (
3/31/2005

Server Consolidation through Utility Computing
Server consolidation is a hot topic. As a supplier of enterprise-class servers, Egenera has participated in many consolidation projects, with both customers and prospects. This paper summarizes what we’ve learned about consolidation, and provides a roadmap for driving consolidation in your organization. We answer the question most often asked by our customers: How do we get started?

UTILITY COMPUTING SYSTEMS: Server Consolidation through Utility Computing Server Consolidation through Utility Computing Source: Egenera Document Type: White Paper Description: Server consolidation is a hot topic. As a supplier of enterprise-class servers, Egenera has participated in many consolidation projects, with both customers and prospects. This paper summarizes what we’ve learned about consolidation, and provides a roadmap for driving consolidation in your organization. We answer the question most often asked by our
9/16/2005 2:30:00 PM

Micron to Push Subscriber Computing Rentals R Us?
Personal computer maker Micron Electronics said Tuesday it will spend $210 million on its

UTILITY COMPUTING SYSTEMS: the value of unconstrained utility, i.e. the ability to use software freely as often as you like, will be quite high in some organizations. In the short term, customers who decide they need to do this will be better served with a short-term lease a year or less to see if this model is really beneficial to their organization. It is often the case that a long-term rental costs more than buying the equipment up front, so customers will need to ensure pricing is truly beneficial. However, those
10/20/1999

Blade Computing and the Public Sector
Across the public sector, cost savings will be decisive when considering an investment in blade computing. The decision can be made on a fairly straightforward cost basis—does the investment pay back? But blade computing also offers advantages in terms of the ability to respond to business needs, which should make it a core part of public sector IT strategy.

UTILITY COMPUTING SYSTEMS: Blade Computing and the Public Sector Blade Computing and the Public Sector Source: Quocirca Ltd Document Type: White Paper Description: Across the public sector, cost savings will be decisive when considering an investment in blade computing. The decision can be made on a fairly straightforward cost basis—does the investment pay back? But blade computing also offers advantages in terms of the ability to respond to business needs, which should make it a core part of public sector IT strategy. Blade
10/12/2006 7:49:00 AM

Maximizing Mobile Worker Productivity
An increasingly mobile workforce offers many benefits. The right mobile and wireless technologies address the unique computing demands of mobile workers, and help automate processes and boost return on investment (ROI). But to maximize mobile technologies, companies must blend their needs with those of the user and the job function. Learn about the challenges of implementing mobile applications—and how to overcome them.

UTILITY COMPUTING SYSTEMS: Maximizing Mobile Worker Productivity Maximizing Mobile Worker Productivity Source: NetMotion Wireless Document Type: White Paper Description: An increasingly mobile workforce offers many benefits. The right mobile and wireless technologies address the unique computing demands of mobile workers, and help automate processes and boost return on investment (ROI). But to maximize mobile technologies, companies must blend their needs with those of the user and the job function. Learn about the challenges of
4/14/2008 11:03:00 AM

How to Improve the Efficiency of Software Development for Cloud-based Environments
Download this report for insight into a new class of online technology innovations that fosters quick development of new cloud-based software and modernization of business-critical legacy systems. Also featured in this report: essential guidelines from Technology Evaluation Centers for overcoming the challenges of software development, and a detailed checklist for vetting a system’s ability to adapt to good software development practices.

UTILITY COMPUTING SYSTEMS: How to Improve the Efficiency of Software Development for Cloud-based Environments How to Improve the Efficiency of Software Development for Cloud-based Environments Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: TEC Report Description: Download this report for insight into a new class of online technology innovations that fosters quick development of new cloud-based software and modernization of business-critical legacy systems. Also featured in this report: essential guidelines from Technology
10/5/2011 4:06:00 PM

SAP In-memory Computing Technology Changing the Way Business Intelligence Is Managed
With the revolution of in-memory computing already under way, the question isn’t if this revolution will impact businesses, but when and how. This paper details how in-memory computing can change the way you manage business intelligence (BI). For business and information technology (IT) executives, the paper furnishes substantial information and business examples about what changes they can look forward to and how those changes can catalyze their strategic initiatives.

UTILITY COMPUTING SYSTEMS: SAP In-memory Computing Technology Changing the Way Business Intelligence Is Managed SAP In-memory Computing Technology Changing the Way Business Intelligence Is Managed Source: MindShare Document Type: White Paper Description: With the revolution of in-memory computing already under way, the question isn’t if this revolution will impact businesses, but when and how. This paper details how in-memory computing can change the way you manage business intelligence (BI). For business and information
2/19/2013 12:40:00 PM

Mining and Quarrying ERP Accreditation Report: Eclipse Computing Pty Ltd
Mining and quarrying organizations seeking the services of a value-added reseller (VAR), channel partner, implementer, vendor, or consultant require an evaluation of what this service provider has to offer. This report assists organizations looking to determine the best-fit service provider for their needs. Based on information provided to TEC by Microsoft reseller Eclipse Computing, this report focuses on real-life implementation projects delivered by Eclipse Computing to three of its existing clients.

UTILITY COMPUTING SYSTEMS: Mining and Quarrying ERP Accreditation Report: Eclipse Computing Pty Ltd Mining and Quarrying ERP Accreditation Report: Eclipse Computing Pty Ltd Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: Accreditation Report Description: Mining and quarrying organizations seeking the services of a value-added reseller (VAR), channel partner, implementer, vendor, or consultant require an evaluation of what this service provider has to offer. This report assists organizations looking to determine the best-fit
11/30/2010 1:05:00 PM

The Marriage of Virtual Machines, Software as a Service, and Cloud Computing
New technology, such as virtual machines and high-speed internet communication, is leading to wider remote application hosting. Here is a tutorial-level technical explanation of how it’s being driven

UTILITY COMPUTING SYSTEMS: The Marriage of Virtual Machines, Software as a Service, and Cloud Computing The Marriage of Virtual Machines, Software as a Service, and Cloud Computing Leslie Satenstein - July 2, 2008 Read Comments In recent press releases, we have been besieged with new jargon such as cloud computing, software as a service (SaaS), and just recently, virtual machine (VM) systems. This article describes each of the three and explains how they are used collectively for good economic and good business sense. It ties
7/2/2008

Get Your Head Out of the Clouds: Cloud Confusing… I Mean Computing » The TEC Blog
a services based or utility-based model delivered by Cloud Computing is a compelling proposition to companies moving their IT budgets towards operational expenditures and away from the traditional high capital expenditures they have incurred in the past, IBM’s underlying message seems to be that businesses, at least large enterprises, may not be ready to let their precious corporate data reside in public cloud computing environments. With that in mind, IBM suggests that businesses need to have a

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10-06-2009

Securing Data in the Cloud
When considering adopting cloud computing or software-as-a-service (SaaS), a question most potential customers ask vendors is “How secure will our data be in your hands?” Customers are right to ask this question and should closely examine any vendor’s security credentials as part of their cloud/SaaS evaluations. This document is intended to give a broad overview of one vendor’s security policies, processes, and practices.

UTILITY COMPUTING SYSTEMS: Securing Data in the Cloud Securing Data in the Cloud Source: Symantec Document Type: White Paper Description: When considering adopting cloud computing or software-as-a-service (SaaS), a question most potential customers ask vendors is “How secure will our data be in your hands?” Customers are right to ask this question and should closely examine any vendor’s security credentials as part of their cloud/SaaS evaluations. This document is intended to give a broad overview of one vendor’s security
8/13/2010 11:34:00 AM


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