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G4CloudAssist our professional services organisation is established to meet future demand for high quality technical cloud skills from Enterprises and Organisations on their journey to the Public Cloud.
G4CloudAssist has created a support structure and method to develop and maintain a Public Cloud Solution.
The methodology represents a Cloud roadmap presenting different stages, like: Assessment/Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) study, Proof of Concept (PoC) and Development, Leverage/Optimize and Maintenance/Managed Service.
The method is called "G4Cloud Optimization Cycle"
More info on our webpage here
G4Cloud|Go For Cloud has been officially accredited by Amazon Web Services as consulting partner.
We support you with:
Disaster Recovery, Backup and Storage Solutions
Enterprise Application Integration and Data Migration
Big Data Solutions
Data Warehouse Solutions
G4Cloud|Go For Cloud works closely together with BlazeClan for international customers and we can offer an 24x7x365 Managed Service Solution on AWS.
For more info visit our site
G4Cloud B.V. introduces the Journey platform by our G4Apps|Go For Apps business unit in the Netherlands.
The Journey platform enables G4Apps to assist companies and organisations with rapid development of Customised Enterprise Mobile Business Apps. The developers can easily built Enterprise Business Apps themselves in a fast way.
The platform is a 100 % Cloud Solution and delivered to customers as a Software as a Service (SaaS) model.
The Journey advantage!
Reduction of building time of Apps with a factor of 10
Real-Time on the air testing on the device during programming
Support of the major Android/iOS devices
This Results in:
Roll out solutions in weeks rather than months
Deliver solutions that enable accurate data and decision making in real time
Roll out solutions up to 10x times faster
No need for large development teams
No need to care about technological complexities
Adapt solutions rapidly to changing demands
Leverage existing tech skills – minimal training required
Stay ahead of the
Cloud Computing News!
G4Cloud introduces two newspapers a daily version and a weekly version. Both represent the latest news about Cloud Computing, SaaS, Data Analytics/Migration, Security, Compliancy and Information Banking.
Subscripe page: paper.li
See snapshot below of the weekly news version.
To read the full version goto: www.g4cloudnews.com
"Water Utilities Run Dry
At the GEO Utility Event in London , water company executives said the industry will struggle to meet the demand for water by 2016 as the population rises. Steps need to be taken to reduce demand and plug leaks in the network.
Watch demo below how to use an App within the
process to adress this issue!
The application provides an accurate view of sites and has achieved 500% return on investment in the first year.
Read full article here at the Grove Blog!
Windows eXPiration: What Now!
Earlier this year, Microsoft announced it would be retiring Windows XP, Office 2003, IE 6 on 8 April 2014, meaning it would officially go out of support. Windows XP users were told there were two options: continue running XP and risk significant security vulnerabilities, or upgrade to Windows 8. However, there is a third option that more people should be talking about…
So, what are the options?
#1. Upgrade to Office 2013
#2. Keep running XP
#3. Google Apps for Business
Download report here!
Read full article via Web Smart Computing here!
G4Cloud|Go For Cloud
Joining two Events tomorrow in London organised by
Google Enterprise/GroveIS Ltd.
"Create your Mobile Edge for 2014''
Morning session Logistics
Click on picture for program overview!
Afternoon session Utilities
Click on picture for program overview!
There are some seats left contact
us at: email@example.com
"Will Legal Challenges Keep Banks
Using Cloud Computing?"
Topics which are highlighted:
But at the end can be concluded:
1. Cloud Computing has better security.
2. It has more storage space as their data needs continue to increase.
3. Financial Institutions will find it is eassier to use the cloud to mine data
to improve the quality of services for their customers.
Read full article here!