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This White Paper outlines how far the UK public sector has progressed on the path to cloud adoption and the challenges that it will face along the way. We acknowledge that in this research we do not distinguish between the different segments within the public sector, such as health, education and central and local government. Our intention is to commission further research to help us to better understand the specific issues and differences within these segments.
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The Cloud Industry Forum is pleased to present our 20 th whitepaper outlining the position of cloud adoption across the UK. We have been measuring cloud trends for the last 7 years; although growth is slowing marginally it demonstrates that cloud services are clearly now mainstream strategy for most UK businesses.
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Cloud computing has seriously disrupted software licensing. With virtualisation and cloud infrastructures potentially enabling a 1-to-many relationship between host and license, software vendors are tasked with answering the question: how do you account for the flexibility
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Set of slides from the Cloud Expo 2014 exhibitions keynote presentations. Martin Prendergast. Member, Cloud Industry Forum. CEO, Concorde Solutions
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Virtualisation plays an important part in many IT transformation plans, but few organisations take the time to investigate the effects that this strategy has on their existing software estate, licensing deployment and behaviour in the virtualised world
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We speak to Martin Prendergast, CEO and co-founder of Concorde, about the changing nature of software asset management and the role cloud plays here
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In this paper we have extracted the top 6 governance issues that the cloud industry forum believe organisations are thinking about as they evaluate their move to the Cloud.
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Software Value Management (SVM) is the practice of informed active governance over access, utilisation, licensing, and cost efficiency of software throughout its useful life within an enterprise regardless of the IT deployment models used or methods of access.
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