White Paper: CloudOne
The Internet of Things(Iot) is the future of internet, powering billions of integrated devices and processes across industries and global locations. Typically, Internet of Things is expected to offer advanced connectivity of devices, systems, and services that goes beyond machine-to-machine communications (M2M) and covers a variety of protocols, domains, and applications.
Download this whitepaper on “IoT-The Interconnection of Everything” and learn about significant challenges of IoT and how to prepare for the interconnecting of everything. It covers:
Dimensions of the Internet of Things: Components, building blocks, and system of systems
Business challenges with the Internet of Things: Complex challenges that affect Internet-of-Things adoption and growth
Cross-Industry concepts for the Internet-of-Things technologies and its components
Internet of Things world: Connect and manage devices anywhere and simplify the last mile in the world of Internet of Things
By: Doyle Research
Network intelligence based in the cloud enables IT organizations to quickly, easily, and securely adapt their network to the new cloud-oriented traffic flows. SD-WAN technology delivers the network intelligence required to increase remote work force with cloud-based applications and data. Read this whitepaper, “Why the Cloud is the Network”, to learn how to leverage the cloud as a network and why the organizations accessing cloud-based applications should consider the adoption of SD-WAN solutions. It discusses: • How are enterprises leveraging network intelligence in the cloud based applications to produce flexible networks which adapt, improve, and secure access and performance of traditional cloud services? • How can intelligent cloud network impact user adoption, satisfaction, and productivity? • How can network intelligence based in the cloud remediate network challenges to reduce jitters, packet loss, and improve redundancy? • How can network intelligence in the cloud based applications minimize disadvantages like unpredictable reliability, poor latency, and limited security?
For CIOs and CEOs, cloud computing security is still a hot topic for discussion. The debate continues as to whether a public, private or hybrid cloud approach is best. While there are complex factors that can inform a decision between public or private cloud, security is the biggest. Choosing public vs private cloud services can be challenging, it is important to analyze the differences between applications virtualized in a private cloud and those in a public cloud. This white paper compares public and private clouds in contrast to the basic elements, features and benefits that both delivers. This White Paper highlights: How Public and Private Cloud deployment models differs? Cloud Computing Security — Hosted or Local Applications? The trends in Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud: Which is right for you? An Overview on Security with Private Cloud Computing Implementing Private Cloud Computing with minimal effort and seamless end user experience