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Historically, cloud technology has made reference to the potential benefits of transferring costs from the balance sheet (capex) to the income statement (opex). However, an unintended consequence has been that few, if any, cloud related costs could be capitalised. This may not be the desired outcome for all organisations and the capitalisation of certain types of cloud technology may be preferred, or even required by accounting standards. In this paper Deloitte explore this area and what key considerations can be given to the capitalisation of cloud.
This paper from Atos describes the structural challenges enterprises are facing when establishing an outsourced SIaM function. Several Best Practices such as a functional blueprint, tooling considerations and partner alignment prerequisites (Commonly Shared KPIs, a SIaM Information model and the Service Catalogue) provide guidance for anyone on the SIaM journey. Finally the Outlook chapter explains the evolution of Service Integration towards Business Process Agility and links this capability to underlying technical capabilities such as Service Brokerage, Cloud Orchestration and Cloud Messaging. The Conclusions chapter lists a set of key take-away.
Slides from Cloud Expo 2015 keynote presentations. Richard Munro CTO – vCloud Air EMEA
Are cloud-managed applications in your future? The answer is almost certainly “yes.” Take advantage of this primer and learn the ins and outs of cloud managed applications including the 80/20 rule, the impact of Millennials, Big Data, security issues and more.
Today, cloud adoption is rapidly expanding its footprint and is no longer simply a theoretical or academic conversation that enterprise organizations are debating.
Is cloud the nirvana of IT deployment models? Will everything make the transition to the cloud? Are we facing the terminal demise of on-premise IT? This comprehensive e-book from CIF and CloudPro examines a broad section of topics related to the adoption of cloud in the enterprise. Advice, insight and guidance to help you make tomorrow’s tech decisions, today.
Cloud Computing does not scale well. Such a bold statement may seem incorrect given that according to accepted wisdom, scalability is one of the essential properties that make Cloud Computing so attractive to businesses. This Paper explores this apparent contradiction and proposes potential solutions based on research conducted by the Atos Scientific Community.