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CaseCentral Wins 2011 Golden Bridge Awards for Best New SaaS or Cloud Computing Products & Services

SAN FRANCISCO – August 24, 2011 –– CaseCentral, the leader in secure, cloud-based eDiscovery software for corporate counsel and law firms to simplify eDiscovery, today announced that the Golden Bridge Business Awardshas named the CaseCentral eDiscovery Platform R5 as the winner in the “Best New Products & Services:  SaaS or Cloud Computing” category of the 3rd Annual Golden Bridge Awards. Winners […]

Best Companies and Top Vendors in Cloud Computing Race

Cloud Computing becomes more popular and basically transforms the IT industry by the minute. Year 2009 was the year of Virtualization, but 2010 is becoming the yea of Cloud Computing. As more large IT vendors and even small startups are shifting products and services into the Cloud, confidence in Cloud Computing is building up in […]

  
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    • Cloud app slow? Blame the app, not the cloud July 21, 2017
      It’s 7:00 a.m., and you’re in the office early. You’re hoping that nobody else is accessing the public cloud the company uses and that the inventory application will perform well for a change. However, even with just a handful of users on the cloud at that time of the morning, performance is still lackluster. The knee-jerk […]
    • Think twice before using bare-metal clouds July 18, 2017
      A bare-metal cloud allows you to rent hardware resources from a public cloud service provider, or sometimes a managed service provider. With a bare-metal cloud, you get direct access to the hardware platform without having to go through tenant management systems. Therefore, one of the benefits of bare-metal cloud, as it is sold to the […]
    • Cloud portability is still science fiction July 14, 2017
      Enterprises want cloud portability. Why? Well, they want to hedge bets in case a public cloud provider “breaks bad” in terms of consistently poor service, or performance issues, or, more likely, jacking up the subscription fees to obnoxious levels.As many CIOs I have talked to put it: “We need to have choices. Choices mean leverage.” I […]
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