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What does the chip shortage mean for cloud computing?

November 9, 2021

Via: InfoWorld Cloud Computing

The complex problems behind the current worldwide chip shortage boil down to two basic factors: The pandemic limited chip manufacturing, and demand now outpaces supply. It will take time for the chip supply to normalize and the effects of the […]

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How Much of the $900M in Wasted Cloud Spend Are You Responsible For?

May 25, 2017

Via: Data Center Knowledge

One of the greatest advantages of cloud computing is the scalability and the ability to use precisely the resources you need, precisely when you need them. But too often managed service providers are managing cloud environments without paying close enough […]


Should You Do Attribution or Mix Modeling, or Both?

October 7, 2016

Via: Gartner Blog Network

Attribution and marketing mix modeling solutions measure the impact of marketing and media efforts, and suggest ways to improve that impact. Increasingly, marketing leaders use both methods — either in parallel or unified within the same platform — to expand […]

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Cloud Olympics: who is the best in PaaS endeavors?

March 22, 2016

Via: Andy Melman

When acquisitioning PaaS services, a cloud computing client benefits from a platform that gives him the possibility to develop, run and manage applications without investing time and funds into putting together the infrastructure (platform) itself. Making sure to deliver the […]


Behind The Numbers: Synergy Research Breaks Down $110B Cloud Market

January 14, 2016

Via: CRN

Companies selling cloud services and infrastructure raked in a whopping $110 billion during the four fiscal quarters (Q4 2014 through Q3 2015) that ended last September, according to Synergy Research Group. Those sales amount to highly respectable year-over-year industry growth […]