Cloud computing has been incredibly helpful in lowering operating expenses, boosting speed and scalability, and simplifying simplicity of use. But it also had its own share of threats, security flaws, and complexity.
Wynk slashes compute costs for big data by 60% with Amazon EMR and spot instances
Wynk was born on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. As the company rapidly grew, however, so did its subscriber base. On a single day, the Wynk Music app generates about 4 TB of data, which includes insights on how long a user has tuned in and what genre of music they listen to most.
AI-as-a-service (AIaaS): Simplifying AI adoption for small businesses
Can you find any industry which isn’t talking about artificial intelligence! Owing to its versatility, today AI has become one of the most sought-after techs for business growth. Simultaneously, for the small businesses, service providers have brought the AI-as-a-service model to make its adoption more accessible to them.
What is Cloud Computing?
Instead of buying, owning, and maintaining physical data centers and servers, you can access a wide range of technology services on an as-needed basis from a cloud provider like Amazon Web Services.
Mithi delivers prototypes 90% faster using cloud
In 2015, Mithi Software launched Mithi SkyConnect, its first cloud-based email software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution. Since then, the company has developed other cloud-based services, including Vaultastic, which archives email; ClrStream, which provides email security and disaster recovery; and Ideolve, a cloud-based workspace for teams to collaborate on ideas and initiatives.