Cloud

Music Mastermind’s Cloud-Based Business Model

Music Mastermind couldn’t exist without cloud computing. The company’s core product is Zya, a free music application and game that allows customers—mostly in the 13- to 24-year age range—to download clips from their favorite songs and add their own voices in what they call a “mash-up.”

4 Things Every CEO Needs to Know About Cloud Computing

According to TechCrunch co-founder Keith Teare (TechCrunch is one of the most visited tech sites on the web), the entire technological landscape will be redrawn over the next 5 years, with current software darlings (including Facebook and Google+) becoming obsolete. Teare sees a future that will move away from personal desktop computers and toward mobile solutions; desktops and laptops will only be used for work. So, if CEOs want their companies to flourish in the future, they will need to focus directly on the cloud and mobility.

Does Moving to the Cloud Make Financial Sense?

To make more-informed decisions and control costs, organizations need a true line of sight into what IT products and services are being consumed by business users across individual units and their associated costs. Here's how to help you calculate the real costs and risks of cloud computing.
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