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A world where all business is done digitally is a world transformed. It opens up new markets for all companies regardless of size, allows organisations to engage in new customer conversations and enables disruptive brands to expand at a pace that would have been unthinkable before.
Leveraging Hosted Application Management Services to Keep Pace with Escalating Enterprise Requirements and ROI
Is the future of computing in the cloud? Increasingly, it appears headed in that direction – and for good reason.
As cloud computing becomes an increasingly important part of any IT organization’s delivery model, assessing and selecting the right cloud provider also becomes one of the most strategic decisions that business leaders undertake
“Shadow IT” presents significant threats to your information security and availability that can impact your customers, and in turn affect your revenue. In some cases, customers may leave if you have a sustained outage or loss of client data.
Companies and IT organizations are exploring migrating to a cloud architecture today in order to rein in IT costs, gain the flexibility and agility to deliver new and better services, and meet rapidly evolving business requirements.
Set of slides from the Cloud Expo 2014 exhibitions keynote presentations. Antonio Piraino, CTO ScienceLogic. Member, Cloud Industry Forum
Gartner projects IaaS investments will continue to grow significantly through to 2017, seeing a compound annual growth rate of 37.3%.
Big Data and Cloud, two of the trends that are defining the emerging Enterprise Computing, show a lot of potential for a new era of combined applications.
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.
Thinking about letting your email loose in the cloud? Computacenter’s Chief Technology Officer Matt Lovell explains how you can achieve the forecasted benefits without increasing business risk.
General Purpose PaaS would allow Cloud capabilities to be exploited to their full potential for applications. A General Purpose PaaS would be a comprehensive, open, flexible, and interoperable solution that simplifies the process of developing, deploying, integrating, and managing applications both in public and private Clouds
The research polled 450 senior IT and business decision makers in enterprises, small-to medium businesses (SMBs) and public sector organisations.