There are three basic kinds or cloud computing: public cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud which have experienced widespread growth in the last years, including application hosting Software as a Service (SaaS), Continue reading “Dissecting the Cloud II – Private Clouds” »
Virtualization is an everyday reality in many enterprises and organizations. It relies on network services deployed in physical, virtual and cloud environments and creates new challenges and opportunities to unify and standardize security and privacy policies across these hybrid settings.
In virtualized environments multiple virtual servers share a physical host machine. To secure virtual networks (VNs), often the same tools, policies and services can be used that Continue reading “Virtual Network Security” »
The prospective advances of the cloud computing market are anticipated to be astonishing. A recent report by Forrester in 2011 is projecting that the global cloud computing market will grow to $241 billion by 2020 with the public cloud market reaching a value of $159 billion and Continue reading “Dissecting the Cloud I – Public Clouds” »
Virtual networking is a server technology that facilitates the control of remotely located computers or servers through a web browser combining different physical servers.
Businesses and other organizations use virtual networks (VN) to address data center management, operational and security challenges and provide outstanding deployment, configuration and performance flexibility. Continue reading “Virtual Networks” »
Cloud computing has ben consistently increasing in popularity by taking advantage of third-party computing resources and networks to reduce costs and extend organization’s IT capabilities. It offers effective and innovative ways to deliver software solutions, data storage capabilities and computing services.
The National Institute for Science and Technology (NIST) currently defines four main cloud deployment models including Continue reading “Cloud Deployment Models” »
Internal EMRs are the traditional client server model that provides software locally on the client’s server (office or hospital network), in general, without data transmission or storage integration with remote systems.
The advantages of internal EMRs are that the user owns the application Continue reading “Electronic Medical Records II – What is a SaaS EMR?” »
There are two big trends in business computing: web-based software and applications that run on hand-held mobile devices. With the combination of both systems, new business strategies are born. Continue reading “Mobile SaaS” »
Digital Darwinism is defined as the phenomenon when technology and society evolve faster than the ability to adapt. The progression of consumer behavior is quicker than businesses’ and brand’s abilities to adjust to these changes.
Today’s main trends include mobile web, social media and real-time applications changing the possibilities and challenges of business, media and consumer protection. Continue reading “Digital Darwinism” »
Electronic Medical Health Records (EMRs) are authorized clinical software database applications for, physician offices, nursing centers etc. to increase efficiency, productivity, and revenue.
EMRs are capable to create exceedingly operative systems for the clinical workflow providing a Clinical Data Repository (CDR), clinical decision support, controlled medical vocabulary, provider entry authorization Continue reading “Electronic Medical Health Records I – What are they?” »
The software market is shifting from licensed models to web-based, on demand Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions that are fast to implement, cost effective, globally available and provide faster return on investment (ROI).
Ecommerce SaaS products are characteristically based on a subscription billing model providing pre-defined features such as global payment methods, adaptation of language across different countries, currency-specific pricing, flexible up-sell and cross-sell offerings, detailed business reporting and many more. Continue reading “SaaS in eCommerce” »