Why We Picked CF As The Basis For Our Public Cloud Multi-Tenant Platform

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The Marriage Between ITSM and Cloud Computing


The cloud computing market is growing rapidly, and the latest Gartner Hype Cycle shows that the hype around it has recently transformed into reality. In fact, eighty percent of Fortune 1000 companies are adopting cloud-operating models.Cloud has significant implications on many roles within an organization and on IT service management. These implications on service management are increasing the discussions around the application and relevance of ITIL in cloud environments.

Customize your EFSS with your Company Brand

Learn how ownCloud supports branding by coding conventions where settings are provided via external files without changing any code -just one more way that ownCloud lets you control file sharing on your terms. ownBrander allows you to customize ownCloud desktop clients and mobile apps to adhere to your style guide.

Hybrid Clouds: Bridging Private & Public Cloud Infrastructures

Every IT consumer is using cloud in one form or another, and just as storage buyers are reluctant to select single vendor for their on-premises IT, they will choose to work with multiple public cloud providers. But this desirable "many vendor" cloud strategy introduces new problems of compatibility and integration. To provide a seamless view of these discrete storage clouds, Software Defined Storage (SDS) can be used to build a bridge between them. This presentation explores how SDS, with its ability to deploy on different hardware and supporting rich automation capabilities, can extend its reach into cloud deployments to support a hybrid data fabric that spans on-premises and public clouds.

What Is ‘Big Data’ In Retail & Why You Should Care


Retailers have collected enormous amounts of transactional data for a long time. Today’s digitally enabled shoppers not only investigate products in-store, they also extend their research into the digital domain. This non-transactional data created during consumers’ digital experiences define “big data” in retail. According to recent research by Penton’s retail and restaurant groups, companies are using data gleaned from consumers’ digital activities to better understand consumer preferences before they see it in sales. This allows companies to respond quickly to shifts in demand, pricing, promotions and assortments by influencing customer choices with targeted and timely value offers.