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Sunday, November 24th, 2013
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For many fledgling companies, creating future-oriented models for data storage, business operations and training is the difference between ultimate success and resounding failure. But with the incredible number of innovations in online technology, it’s difficult to determine what will be the next wave and what will cost precious time and expense to establish, only to vanish with passing trends. The “cloud” is more than a buzzword; it’s a philosophy of efficient storage and accessible software that will shape the generation of entrepreneurs yet to arrive. Software companies have invested billions in the idea that applications do not require physical servers or even an in-house team to govern them. Software as a Service (SaaS), the evolution of cloud computing promises to make cumbersome server requirements obsolete.
A Cloud hosting system will save on one key area: utilities. Without the constant drain of bulky servers and multiple large hardware devices, your company will maintain energy efficiency and cut the electricity bill by a significant amount. The physical space saved may also give you room to host more employees, an extra conference room or any other resource you can squeeze into the place where your towers once were.
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Cloud hosting software can be accessed anywhere, meaning your employees only need a reliable remote device to get going on projects and critical updates. Since software services can be accessed through any one of several electronic devices, your flexibility will increase. These devices enable a “Bring your own device” (BYOD) method for your office, and make your business portable so that global employees can get your business message and access its information easily adopted. You can also cut the number of PCs in your office this way, saving more on resource expenditure.
Focus on Core Business
Cloud hosting software offers an insulated online platform that allows your company to handle any up-tick in the workload without directly affecting overall system execution. Instead of managing constant server issues, you can get to the business of your business. Cloud software environments like Salesforce outsource your help issues and development problems to a sleek team that might not otherwise be affordable as paid full-time employees, particularly for modest and growing organizations.
More storage capacity
Another advantage of cloud software is the added storage capacity you’ll have for your business-specific data. Now that you aren’t running several applications from a local server to handle e-mail and other needs, you can keep your data files at the office. Most cloud hosting companies offer tiers of storage depending on the amount of space you need, and will likely adjust those requirements as you go, giving you the option go bigger or smaller as your requirements change. The best part of creating this elasticity within your business is the jump it gives you on competitors who will frequently struggle to migrate large amounts of data from one system to another.
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Less training time
No more wasting time bringing new employees through an extensive training process with in-house software application. Give them log-in credentials, show them the ropes with a pre-made training document from your cloud hosting company and watch it go. Some cloud hosting software companies will even offer training managers as part of the implementation process. Use it! Don’t bog your tech team down with yet another system to learn and then instruct when you can defer to the experts.
Choose the Cloud
For all the reasons listed, cloud hosting software is one of the most practical business innovations since the internet itself. Why spend time choosing from hundred of software applications, hiring countless IT managers and buying outdated devices? Invest the research hours in a complete cloud hosting software package that suits the objectives of your operation. Whether it’s a support and messaging service or a more intricate software solution, it will invariably make things simpler. Rather than pouring excess capital in the changing devices that litter the infrastructure landscape, find a group of companies to evolve with your business. Cloud software makes your business compact and ready for an approaching horizon.
Zara Hasan is a technology and finance writer and she is a housewife. His sample work can is present finance funding.
Friday, November 22nd, 2013
Short History of Different Formats to Record Audio
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Recording audio only goes back just over a hundred years, but since a method to store sounds was first invented in 1877, the technology has grown by leaps and bounds over the years. Today, people have access to a variety of different audio formats, including WAV files, MP3 files and more. By looking at the birth of audio recording, it’s easier to see where digital audio may be heading in the future.
Monday, November 11th, 2013
Some of us may already have imagined our dream homes from an early age. Whether it is a sprawling castle with a moat (and a resident pet dragon) or a simple hole in the wall (hats off to the Hobbits here), you may need inspiration should you suddenly decide you are one of the lucky ones who are able to construct your ideal habitat. Here are some examples you may want to peruse before realizing your home design fantasies:
1. Reversible Destiny Lofts – Tokyo, Japan
The name may be a mouthful to pronounce but the sheer vibrancy and creativity of this residence never fails to amaze. The brainchild of Shusaku Arakawa and Madeleine Gins, both architects based in Tokyo, Japan, the Reversible Destiny Lofts is not just eye candy. The 9-unit rainbow-colored complex was constructed to simulate its inhabitants, mentally and physically. This is achieved through its amusingly bright colors, hard-to-reach power outlets and switches, uneven flooring and irregularly shaped living spaces.
Monday, November 11th, 2013
Thursday, November 7th, 2013
Technology is so dynamically progressive in this age, you won’t realize when a thing becomes obsolete. Newer editions of the existing products and innovations for better and smoother functioning of products has been driving every sector into a very rapid format of progress. The key is user experience. The easier you can have things to work for the user, the better your product is. Aren’t we all looking for that extra comfort in all the technological innovations we come across?
Thursday, November 7th, 2013
One need not feel lost in the abundance of remote desktop software that is found strewn around everywhere. Before exploring the possibilities, get down to the business of evaluating your needs and arrive at a tangible plan.
Wednesday, September 25th, 2013
“Sold! To…” Is a phrase we expect to hear a lot on the evening of October 16th. That’s the date when we celebrate the past 50+ years of EDA at the EDA: Back to the Future industry reunion hosted by EDAC.
Why do we expect to hear this phrase a lot you ask? Well, part of the festivities will include silent and live auctions that will help raise money for the Computer History Museum’s EDA Oral Histories Collection and Exhibit. We want to capture and preserve our rich history of EDA. There will be items to bid on for every taste and budget. You could be the one to win a lunch with Aart or go home with a case of private reserve wine. Maybe you’re a sports fan. If so, then a private tour of AT&T Park, an autographed baseball from Giants Brandon Belt, or a round of golf with three of your closest friends is more up your alley. Are you a “foodie”? Well, how about dinner at some of Mountain View’s finest eateries?
This event offers more than just a chance to walk away with something tangible. You’ll be able to mingle and dine with industry luminaries – the who’s who in EDA’s past, present, and future. What other event brings everyone together like that?
And what event would be complete without some laughs and a little mystery? To find out what I mean, you’ll need to come.
So get those bidding paddles ready and register to attend the must-be-at event in EDA. – http://www.edac.org/events/back_to_the_future
Tuesday, July 20th, 2010
Cloud computing was the subject of much interest and discussion at this year’s DAC. While I acknowledge that the cloud will play an increasingly important role in our business, its displacement of today’s semiconductor design practices is easily a decade or more away.
The attraction of the cloud is to increase one’s access to raw computing power and software. If you need more speed, or a specialized program, just grab it and go. But the hard work and differentiation for our customers is still done in the trenches, not up in the sky. They are not about to put their proprietary designs on some server, somewhere, or give up their customized and optimized design flows. What can we in EDA do for them today to help with increased design complexity and the need for higher performance?
For me the answer lies in maximizing throughput by leveraging the advantages of parallel computing. This is also a subject of great debate within our community, often involving the technical difficulties of parallelizing EDA software (particularly legacy software) and its impact on traditional business models. These are real challenges, but so are the benefits to our users when we get it right.
Monday, June 7th, 2010
First of all, we’d like to invite all the DAC attendees to Accellera’s breakfast and panel about UVM: Charting a New Course on Tuesday, June 15, 7:30 am – 9:00 am, Room 203B in Convention Center.
It is no news when one talks about increasing complexity of designing the SoC devices. It is a foregone conclusion that designing is a relatively bounded problem compared to verification. Just as design reuse through Semiconductor IP (aka design IP) helped bring the designers up the productivity curve, in the last decade Verification IP (VIP) has done the same for the verification engineers. Two leading methodologies, Verification Methodology Manual (VMM) and Open Verification Methodology (OVM), helped accelerate the adoption of structured verification methodologies using SystemVerilog as well as the creation of commercially available verification IP to independently validate integration of design IP in SoCs. Essentially, both methodologies are a collection of SystemVerilog classes with inherent semantics for their behavior in different phases of the simulation. The user creates verification objects from these classes and attaches them to the design components as traffic/data generators, monitors, checkers, etc.
Tuesday, June 1st, 2010
Custom chip designers are reluctant to adopt automation, largely because they have been traditionally better able to design by hand. While hand crafting may still suffice for designs of relatively few transistors, it is no longer sufficient for the new, highly complex devices that are becoming the norm.
At advanced nodes, process rules make full hand layout almost impossible. For example, instead of simple space rules, “space” now depends on the width of metal and the length of parallel lines, and there are complex via and contact density rules and end-of-line rules that can’t readily be dealt with by hand crafting. An automatic custom design routing tool that can deal with the new custom world will improve productivity and achieve on-time, efficient design delivery.
The thought of automation raises the specter, with some designers, that they, or the majority of their functions, will be replaced. However, increased custom design automation will increase the productivity of designers, not replace them, as we have seen in the digital design world. Given that extremely complex projects now need to be completed in the same time and with the same number of people as older, simpler designs, automating the custom design process to increase the productivity of designers is the only way to manage multi-thousand-gate designs.