Tag: Cloud Influence League Table
May 2015 #CloudInfluence Special Report: Battle of the Big 5
In May's #CloudInfluence special report we look at the big five tech vendors and their competition in the three big battlegrounds Cloud, Big Data, & IoT.
April Top 10 #CloudInfluence UK and Cloud Bursters
This month’s cloud bursters is unusual in consisting mainly of CEOs. Top of the list is Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos. With all the excitement and comment following the disclosure of the financials for Amazon’s cloud business AWS, Jeff topped the Global 50 this month.
April Top 50 #CloudInfluence Individuals
Jeff Bezoz tops this month's #CloudInfluence Individual rankings thanks to Amazon's AWS financials, see the rest of the top 50 here.
April Global #CloudInfluence Organisations
Both Amazon and AWS had a massive boost in their #CloudInfluence scores this month following the much awaited disclosure of the first AWS financials, see the full Top 50 Organisations here.
Preview for April 2015 #CloudInfluence Rankings
With Amazon’s disclosure of its AWS financials, we thought we’d run a special preview to this month’s #CloudInfluence Rankings to put them into context.
Part Two: Cloud Marketing #CloudInfluence Individuals
Dive further into cloud marketing with the lists of top #cloudinfluence individuals for marketing, and the top commentators to watch for.
The value of colocation data centres in IoT
IoT data processing is increasingly being pushed out to the network edge to get as close as possible to the source sensors and end-users of the resulting data analytics
Strategy and anticipation are key to securing against cyber threats
With technological progress comes increased security risks. Sophisticated and co-ordinated cyber groups are working every day to find potential entry points into organisations’ networks.
Raising talent attraction and retention with IT investment
To be at the centre of talent attraction and retention, businesses should make use of workplace technology that enables them to integrate collaborative, secure and sustainable measures into their operations.
How NIST started the countdown on the long journey to quantum safety
Leading the charge to develop a post-quantum cryptographic standard for organisations is the US government’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Overcoming economic uncertainty with cloud flexibility
Particularly for companies that jumped into the cloud headfirst, taking the time to optimise existing processes is a remarkable way to reduce infrastructure costs and free up OPEX for delivering business value.