Over the last two years, cloud computing has grabbed the attention of the IT industry because of its potential to offer a new model for the provision of computing and applications to enterprises.
More recently, leading global telcos have developed and launched their own cloud computing services, including infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), as they plan to compete head-on with solutions from leading players in the IT industry.
We believe that major telcos have an important part to play in promoting the awareness and understanding of cloud computing, and bringing enterprise-grade cloud computing solutions to a broader base of users. Telcos also have a unique opportunity to position cloud computing as an extension of their managed networking solutions (such as MPLS-based VPNs), by offering ‘on-net’ cloud computing capabilities backed up by end-to-end service-level agreements (SLAs).
In spite of the industry buzz around cloud computing, The research indicates that it is not currently high on the CIO/IT manager agenda, and telcos are not seen as preferred providers of cloud computing by IT decision-makers. However, we believe that early market entry by leading telcos will give them the opportunity to establish awareness and credibility before the cloud computing market steps up a gear to a higher adoption phase.
Nowadays when money and time are considered the most precious commodities, many entrepreneurs are willing to run their own businesses no matter how small scale they are. For running small scale businesses, the most important is obtaining the maximum return from the minimum input and with the least time taken.
Nowadays when money and time are considered the most precious commodities, many entrepreneurs are willing to run their own businesses no matter how small scale they are. For running small scale businesses, the most important is obtaining the maximum return from the minimum input and with the least time taken. The major constraint entrepreneurs find while initiating and running their business is to solve capital problem. In most cases the capital is so low, that building a proper infrastructure, which is a must for any business, is almost impossible. This is where cloud computing technology comes in to play.
In the world of technology, efficiency is the name of the game in many ways. Owners of any small scale businesses can easily shift to the cloud computing technology which enables users to rent spaces in the cloud and to shift their entire business to the virtual world.
The cloud is filled with CRM which stands for customer relationship management. The app is readily available in the cloud and one can find a much easier way of handling business using this. Even a company consisting of 4 people can look big by using this technology. This factor is extremely important for any businesses to grow.
I am Mohan read mathematics at Stanford and remained there for his MS. From 1998-1999 on researched in Evolution and in Animal Behavior in Camrbidge, UK. I was was then a professor in the departments of Anthropology and Biology, New Jersy College, USA. Now teaches at the department of Zoology. Carried out research in several areas of evolutionary biology, particularly in sexual selection and the comparative method.