Mobile Cloud

Compelling Benefits Of Mobile Cloud Computing

Written by Kenneth Evans

Most individuals who are a bit tech-savvy have heard of the word "mobile cloud computing" at least once. But what really is mobile cloud computing? Many of us are aware that these tools which enable personal users and businesses access their files, images, documents and other data remotely by utilizing their mobile computing devices and the internet. This term incorporates a number of clouds and mobile computing application, though.

Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC) fuses the universal smartphone and the fast-growing cloud computing market. As one of the major present-day technologies, MCC has demonstrated itself to be of great benefits to both cloud-based service providers and mobile users.

User-friendly mobile apps are designed using this method and are hosted and powered by cloud computing technologies. The MCC approach has to assist app developers India to design applications, particularly to mobile owners, which can be utilized irrespective of the capacity of the device to store data or its operating system. Here, the role of data storage and data processing are carried out outside the mobile phones. 

VMware to Work With Oracle to Use ACE Best Practices for Oracle Mobile Cloud Service

Grazed from VMware and Oracle.

Today at Oracle OpenWorld, VMware announced Oracle will use ACE (App Configuration for Enterprise) best practices to help deliver secure enterprise applications to mobile devices. The Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, which includes the Mobile Application Framework, will be compatible with the ACE approach.

ACE is an enterprise mobility management (EMM)-neutral community focused on providing education and best practices around native operating system capabilities to drive a more consistent, open and simple way to configure and secure mobile apps and drive mobile adoption in business. AirWatch is one of the founding companies of ACE.

Oracle Mobile Cloud Service is an enterprise-quality Mobile Backend as a Service (MBaaS), and provides easy to use tools for business professionals to analyze and mine data about usage of the MBaaS. It simplifies and secures the process of connecting mobile applications to enterprise systems and other cloud services.

Big data, cloud, mobility, and why IT needs to move at the speed of business

Grazed from CloudTech. Author: Ian Moyse.

“We change our behaviour when the pain of staying the same becomes greater than the pain of changing. Consequences give us the pain that motivates us to change” – Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend Successful businesses require the ability to change and increasingly to adapt quickly, to be agile to new approaches and technologies and be flexible to the needs of the business and customers.

We are at the wake of monumental change and how businesses service and engage with the customer and employee alike are under upward pressure from users and customers who are driving a higher expectation on their provider where brand loyalty can wane quicker than ever before. Of the Fortune 500 firms in 1955, come 2015 89% of the list has changed, having either gone bankrupt, merged, or exist but have fallen from the Fortune 500...

Nokia Rolls Out Cloud Hardware Platform for Telcos

Grazed from eWeek. Author: Jeffrey Burt.

Nokia Networks officials are continuing their efforts to better compete with larger rivals like Ericsson and Huawei Technologies in the rapidly evolving telecommunications space. Nokia in April announced plans to buy Alcatel-Lucent for $16.6 billion, a move that will give it greater scale against larger vendors and expand its capabilities in network-functions virtualization (NFV), a key technology being pushed and embraced by telecom operators.

Now the company an infrastructure platform designed to help mobile network operators more easily adopt NFV and cloud computing. The Finnish vendor's AirFrame Data Center Solution that includes pre-integrated racks of ultra-dense servers powered by Intel Xeon processors, network switches and software-defined storage capabilities...

Cloud Computing: Mobile First, But What’s Next?

Grazed from TechCrunch.  Author: Peter Wagner.

The ascendance of mobile devices, cloud computing and big data is having a profound impact on the lives of workers. Yet many of the business applications that run on their smartphones and tablets still fail miserably to take full advantage of this revolutionary shift. Even services that tout themselves as “mobile first” often fall short of delivering novel functionality that boosts productivity and profit.

The offerings that will come to dominate the emerging $100 billion market for enterprise applications will be those that are “authentically mobile,” a term we use to describe services that would be extremely difficult or impossible to achieve without taking full advantage of the unique properties of the mobile ecosystem...

VCE Launches New VxRacks for Cloud, Mobile Apps

Grazed from eWeek. Author: Chris Preimesberger.

VCE, a highly successful company conceived by EMC, Cisco Systems, Intel and VMware five and half years ago, made news May 4 at EMC World 2015 here by announcing a new line of hyper-converged data center systems called VxRacks. The company said these new server-storage packages will enable enterprises and service providers to more easily manage the deployment of next-generation scale-out cloud, distributed and mobile Tier 2 applications.

VCE VxRack systems enable users to start with dozens of servers and scale to thousands with up to 38 petabytes of storage capacity while delivering high performance/value per IOP. Most importantly, VCE offers its proven methodology of pre-engineered, preconfigured factory-built infrastructure with single-call lifecycle support to VxRack Systems, providing owners with the same VCE customer experience...

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5 Reasons the Cloud and Mobile Are Inevitable

Grazed from SmartDataCollective.  Author: Kyle Cebull.

A lot of people think that, like the internet, the cloud is just a fad. Sorry to burst your bubble, but this so-called fad is gaining some serious momentum. According to a recent article, throughout the next five years, a 44% annual growth in workloads for the public cloud is expected. With Millennials demanding that small businesses revolutionize their processes and workflows, more and more companies are jumping into the cloud to help streamline workflows and bring mobility to their workforce.

But it’s not for nothing, because the same article reports that 80% of cloud adopters saw improvements within 6 months of moving to the cloud. If you’re questioning the way things are moving or just aren’t on board with the cloud, here are a few reasons that we’re saying that the cloud and mobile are inevitable...

Joined at the Hip: The Cloud and Mobility

Grazed from CIO. Author: Charlie Cooper.

The trend lines are clear: Laptops began replacing desktops, and then tablets began replacing laptops. And at this rate, smartphones one day might replace them all. It’s hardly hyperbole: IDC expects mobile workers to number slightly more than 37 percent of the global workforce by the end of this year. Putting it another way, we’re talking about some 1.3 billion mobile workers.

That tectonic shift also underscores the changing landscape that CIOs are navigating, one in which increasingly mobile employees expect reliable and seamless access to their corporate networks, no matter what device they carry with them. This has major implications for the future of the cloud...

What Mobile Cloud Means For Your Business

Grazed from Forbes. Author: Maribel Lopez.

According to CTIA, 1.3 billion smartphones were sold in the U.S. in 2014. Several years ago, companies would call Lopez Research to ask questions about bring your own device (BYOD) programs and what mobile operating systems a company should use to build its apps. At that time, many businesses were skeptical that purchasing tablets would deliver any business value.

Today, no one calls about these concerns. Smartphones and tablets are widely used across all types of organizations. Most organizations are building apps to support more than one mobile operating system and BYOD programs are also in full force. A Lopez Research survey revealed 65 percent of U.S. firms have BYOD programs...

Broadcom patent shows method for using cloud-computing to improve smartphone image quality

Grazed from Imaging-Resource. Author: Gannon Burgett.

A recently published patent from Broadcom lays out the framework for a cloud-based infrastructure designed to communicate and share information with your smartphone to improve its imaging capabilities. Surface level, the groundwork laid out in the patent is straightforward – a smartphone communicates with online databases to bring in image-relevant information that can be used to better adjust settings and post-process a photograph. Where things get really interesting is when you dive into the methodology behind where the information is derived from.

The first example laid out in the patent relies on aforementioned databases, such as those provided by weather organizations, to determine the best settings and processing methods for your images. Say for example, you’re shooting outside at 5pm on a sunny day; your smartphone would be able to share its GPS location with the online weather database, and in return, the weather database would be able to send back all relevant weather information to your smartphone...