New Media Guru is Amazon Web Hosting Services (AWS) Solution Provider

New Media Guru (NMG) has joined the family of  Amazon Web Services to provide Cloud Migration Services, Managed Cloud Hosting and Flexible Data Storage Services.

New Media Guru is Amazon Web Hosting Services (AWS) Solution Provider

New Media Guru is Amazon Web Hosting Services (AWS) Solution Provider

Greatresponder.com on Jan. 01, 2013: The Indian offshore digital agency, New Media Guru (NMG) which is specilized in creative and digital marketing services, web hosting application development and cloud hosting based application development; announced joining Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) Partner Network (APN), as a Consulting Partner.

Mohit Maheshwari, Managing Director at New Media Guru (NMG), said “We will continue to support our customers with market leading cloud based web application solutions. We look at Amazon Web Services not only as a great scalable cloud platform, but also as a perfect Data Center completely competent of accommodating an entire application and enterprise stack. AWS membership has expanded our horizons and the reach to Amazon customers.” New Media Guru (NMG) can develop and offer technology solutions that are out of the box using AWS infrastructure, comprising –  Amazon EC2 Hosting – With the help of New Media Guru (NMG) managed cloud, enterprises can take advantage of Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) hosting service. This service enables resizable or flexible compute capacity in the cloud making web-scale computing easier for developers.

Apart from being an AWS partner network member, New Media Guru (NMG) has been Microsoft Cloud partner through the Microsoft Partner Network. These partnerships give the company a variety of resources and technical edge that will facilitate the company to better help its clientele develop, run and manage applications in the AWS cloud. NMG today cherishes rewarding relationships with many clients, brands, start ups and agencies spread over USA, UK, Europe, Australia and India.

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Iomart Web Hosting Boosted Growth in Revenue by Adoption of Cloud Computing

Iomart Web Hosting Boosted Growth in Revenue by Adoption of Cloud Computing

Iomart Web Hosting Boosted Growth in Revenue by Adoption of Cloud Computing

Greatresponder.com on Nov 28, 2012: Iomart Web Hosting, announced a positive set of consolidated half yearly results for the period ended 30 September 2012 boosted by adoption of cloud computing. Operational highlights for the previous six months included the purchase of three web hosting companies, including Melbourne Server Hosting in Manchester, and the investment in a high-speed, resilient UK fibre network connecting its seven data center locations.

The Group also announced plans to add another 1486 m² (16,000 ft²) of capacity to its data center in Maidenhead to ensure the continued supply of high quality data center space. This will be fitted out to a high specification over the next 12 months.

Angus MacSween, CEO of iomart Group plc, said: “This has been another excellent trading period for iomart, delivering substantial growth both organically and through successful acquisitions. Trading in the second half of the year has begun well as the trend to outsource more and more services and infrastructure into the cloud accelerates. We continue to invest in our skills, product sets and infrastructure to deliver an increasing range and depth of cloud services and expect to continue the growth we have recently enjoyed. We therefore look forward with confidence.”

The financial highlights are: 29% growth in revenue to £19.9m (H1 2012: £15.4m); 66% rise in pre-tax profits to £4.9m (H1 2012: £3m); adjusted EBITDA growth of 51% to £7.6m (H1 2012: £5.0m); and cashflow from operations increased by 54% to £6.4m (H1 2012: £4.1m).

 

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Frost & Sullivan: Firms in New Zealand Adopting Cloud Computing to Improve Their Business

Frost & Sullivan: Firms in New Zealand Adopting Cloud Computing to Improve Their Business

Frost & Sullivan: Firms in New Zealand Adopting Cloud Computing to Improve Their Business

Greatresponder.com on Nov 26, 2012: The usage of cloud computing has grown over the past couple of years in New Zealand, as companies  adopting cloud computing to improve business agility, increase standardization of IT infrastructure and lower cost of delivering IT services.

Phil Harpur, Senior Research Manager, Australia & New Zealand ICT Practice, Frost & Sullivan says that 57% of organisations in New Zealand that are currently using cloud solutions plan to increase their cloud-based solutions budget significantly over the next 12 months, reflecting a market very much in a growth phase.

Compared to Australia, where 70% of organisations plan to increase their spending on cloud services, New Zealand’s tempered growth is largely due to data sovereignty and latency issues. “Local providers guarantee data remains in New Zealand but are more expensive than multinationals hosting data offshore, thus the value proposition is not as strong” Harpur explained.

Potential for share of pie in the cloud

Software as a Service (SaaS) is the most commonly used delivery model in the cloud offering several benefits over on-premise software such as lower upfront costs, standardisation and ease of upgrade, ubiquitous access and seamless integration with in-house infrastructure.  Adoption rates of SaaS applications are positively correlated with the size of the organisation. Larger organisations are more likely to be using software applications accessed via the cloud, especially for office productivity applications, CRM, HRM and ERP.

Benefits of moving to the cloud

The ability to lower overall IT costs is the leading driver for the adoption of cloud computing. Andre Clarke, Country Manager, New Zealand, Frost & Sullivan says “Moving to the cloud enables organsiations to reduce CAPEX, and provides a great deal of flexibility and agility allowing organisations to add scalable computing resources very quickly and at relatively low cost.  This in turn greatly reduces some of the risk associated with developing new products which in the medium to long term will help stimulate market innovation.”

“Key challenges include integrating “shadow IT” cloud purchases into a corporate framework, ensuring effective SLAs and security measures are in place, and managing the increased level of complexity that comes with combining multiple clouds with on-premise resources” Clarke mentions.

 

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