The paper “ The Impact of Cloud Computing in Mobile Phone Interaction” is a thrilling example of a research proposal on information technology. In the past few years, cloud computing has become a very attractive technology for the majority of business organizations because “ it facilitates the outsourcing of enterprise software applications and computing capabilities to intermediary services with the purpose of decreasing costs associated with applications, hardware, licenses, personnel, real estate, maintenance, power, and other expenditures. ” In view of the fact that cloud computing is based on the idea of “ doing more with less” value proposition with a higher return on investment hence it plays a critical role during the economic recession (KAMOUN, 2013).
Without a doubt, the worldwide economic downturn forced the business organizations to reevaluate their business strategies and models from start till end. In this scenario, the business organizations spent a lot of time and resources in assessing their IT infrastructures and they considered cloud computing as a conceivable substitute to the traditional IT infrastructures. One of the most important advantages of cloud computing is that it allows the business organizations to convert fixed price mode (such as cost of ownership, servers, employee salaries, servers, and additional expenses) to flexible price mode.
On the other hand, with traditional IT models, the organizations had to pay heavy charges all the time, whether they make extensive use of information technology or not. In fact, they had to pay higher prices for the time when IT was not used such as holidays. So there was always a fixed cost associated with traditional IT models. On the other hand, cloud computing is both scalable and flexible.
In addition, it allows business organizations to buy only what they need, and pay for only those services which are used (Cooke, 2010). The basic objective of this research is to conduct a literature review on the impact of cloud computing on mobile phones and the interaction that is supported through mobile computing. Research QuestionThe primary research question of this study is: Can cloud computing be utilized as a part of mobile phone applications to execute works faster in relation to mobile phone applications that do not utilize cloud computing? The primary research question is followed by the following sub-questions: What are the challenges which have to be overcome to use cloud computing in mobile devices? Research Background and ObjectivesThere is a considerable amount of material on the subject of mobile phones and cloud computing.
Quite a bit of it examines the likelihood to offload mobile phone capacities into the cloud to expand battery life, by decreasing the computational heap of the mobile phone. Miettinen & Nurminen (2010) clarifies that energy effectiveness is a basic thought for mobile phones and contends that cloud computing can possibly spare vitality through offloading.
The energy expense of the processing must, however, be more prominent than the correspondence exchange expense to the cloud (Buyya, et al. , 2009). Another intriguing comment is that energy utilization is more noteworthy if the information sent is separated into tiny bits than by sending the same information altogether. Miettinen & Nurminen (2010) present an astoundingly fundamental however clear formula i. e., Ecloud < Elocal, which expresses that the energy utilization to send the undertaking to the cloud must be littler than the nearby utilization on the mobile phone, for offloading to be gainful.
They have likewise examined the contrast between 3G and WLAN associations where they express that the 3G association utilizes more mobile phone energy the further far from the base station it is and that it sets aside more time for the 3G association to exchange information, in examination to the WLAN association, because of the lower transfer speed. To get information is likewise less power expending than to send it. Taking everything into account, Miettinen & Nurminen (2010) state that there are times when cloud offloading can be valuable yet that there is a part of variables to consider and that cloud offloading can have different points of interest like saving and sharing information over different stages.
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