Cloud Computing Examples
IT managers drive business value in their organizations with cloud-based solutions
Cloud Computing Examples of Innovation in the Workplace
IT managers are out there every day making the cloud work for their organizations. They face constraints on space, power, and costs with a new class of solutions that transform the data center through cloud-based architectures. We asked several IT managers to tell us—and you—how they’re doing this firsthand. You’ll be impressed—and we hope inspired to deploy cloud solutions in your own organization.
Workouts via cloud
Jon Zerden tells how Athletes’ Performance provides the equivalent of a personal trainer with its cloud-based exercise systems.
Medical imaging service empowers clinicians
Jim Philbin tells how Peake Healthcare Innovations uses cloud services to improve patient care.
Expedient plans next-generation cloud services
Alex Rodriguez describes lessons learned in the cloud and why Expedient plans to use Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family servers.
Testing to the cloud
Mike Liberty describes how EMC’s Unified Storage Division cloud enables thousands of developers, engineers, and programmers to provision their own work environments.
Cloud helps forecast energy needs
Paul Navratil describes a device-to-cloud project at The University of Texas that collects energy data from an entire community.
Restaurant blooms under cloud
Lee Schnoor explains how restaurant chain Macayo's Mexican Kitchen thrives in a down economy by utilizing cloud for operational agility.
Johns Hopkins delivers infrastructure as a service
Steve Sears reports on efforts to deliver cloud infrastructure services to customers across diverse institutions.
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