English has been the primary medium of communication for business executives the world over for many decades now. However due to the rise of Asian giants like China, Japan and India this is set to change. Coupled with globalization and adoption of the internet in all spheres of life this change is further likely to accelerate.A quick look at the report from Google further strengthens the argument that this will be a century where CJK (Chinese, Japanese, Korean) and FIGS (French, Italian, German, Spanish) will dominate the internet in general and business communications specifically.
According to a new report, Amazon and IBM have emerged as the leaders in clouding computing. Microsoft, Google, Cisco, Red Hat and VMware are also among the list of heavyweights in this field.All tech vendors are embracing the cloud. Even those that don't provide public cloud services are fighting to become the top builders of infrastructures to support emerging cloud networks.
Investments in Cloud computing is set to head north as indicated by market analyst IDC. According to analysts, companies spending on server hardware (for cloud computing) will grow in next few years. A new survey by the firm predicted that there will be an investment of around $6 billion in the cloud computing technology between now and 2014 to take maximum advantage of data storage concept.
No matter what Microsoft delivers by its products, company's supremacy always remains intact in the IT world. The joy becomes more meaningful when it comes to you at the cost on your competitor. Exactly what is happening with Microsoft IE which has regained IE market share from last couple of months, mostly to the detriment of Mozilla Firefox. Seems Microsoft is working hard for major reshape in browser industry.
Can Cloud Computing drive the economic growth ? Yes, according to an annual study commissioned by Savvis Inc., a global leader in cloud infrastructure and hosted IT solutions for enterprises. 68 percent of IT and businesses decision makers feel that the flexibility of cloud computing could help organisations recover from the current global economic slowdown.