CLOUD COMPUTING AS A POTENTIAL SOLUTION IN ELECTRONICAL BUSINESS

Authors

  • Dejan Viduka Singidunum University, Belgrade
  • Ana Bašić Singidunum University, Belgrade
  • Igor Lavrnić Singidunum University, Belgrade

Keywords:

cloud computing, servers, virtualization software, licensing

Abstract

Virtualization allows an operation of several virtual machines, working on the same computer hardware ,by optimizing workload and controlling the used servers depending on the needs, which is also resulting with reduced consumption and maximized  use of the resources. Cloud computing represents a global solution and a new challenge in IT sector for 21st century. Authors is trying to explain what this technology  presents, describing a  huge potential by comparing the  problems (challenges) and benefits that occur using "Cloud computing."

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Published

2013-12-29

How to Cite

Viduka, D., Bašić, A., & Lavrnić, I. (2013). CLOUD COMPUTING AS A POTENTIAL SOLUTION IN ELECTRONICAL BUSINESS. BizInfo (Blace) Journal of Economics, Management and Informatics, 4(2), 79–85. Retrieved from http://bizinfo.edu.rs/index.php/bizinfo/article/view/53