TIG Blog

The cloud experiment is over and the debate in enterprises about its benefits and risks is settled. We know it works, it’s more flexible and cheaper, and it makes it easier for IT to align with …

Date: Feb 18 2015

In a fiercely competitive business environment, the airline industry has gone to great lengths to cut costs, while facing stiff competition from budget companies operating at lower costs. With this backdrop, how could cloud computing be a …

Date: Feb 16 2015

Hybrid cloud is the talk of IT, but to avoid costly, labor-intensive megaprojects you cannot escape, pay particular attention to minimizing implementation and management complexity. These questions will help you identify the best hybrid cloud architecture …

Date: Feb 11 2015

Cloud computing, by its very nature, transcends location, geography and territorial boundaries. Data accessed in one country might be stored half way across the world, or even in servers in multiple countries. International law, on the …

Date: Feb 9 2015

The Defense Department is accelerating toward wide-scale cloud computing adoption, buoyed by the promises of cost savings and untold increases in mission capabilities. However, the largest potential consumer of cloud computing services in the U.S. government …

Date: Feb 5 2015