Cloud computing is becoming a mature business model, and many companies and governments around the globe are implementing strategies to embrace cloud services, says Daniele Catteddu, managing director, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, at Cloud Security Alliance
Cloud for Business 2014
Global spending on cloud infrastructure and services has increased by 20 per cent compared with 2013. Although migration to cloud-based platforms has been slow, what has rapidly increased is the trust that Global 2000 companies now place in the cloud. This report educates boardroom executives on the speed, flexibility and innovation offered through cloud computing, whilst considering implications on data security, in making the right purchasing decisions.
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How the cloud works and interacts with other technology as an IT “community” can be confusing, unless you read John Lamb’s jargon buster
Flexibility offered by cloud computing makes businesses more agile and able to innovate without costly commitments to IT infrastructure, as Nick Martindale reports
Five years ago the internet was like the high street with companies selling to consumers. Now it’s central to almost every company’s business, connecting them with suppliers, employees, customers and partners. Stephen Armstrong has our top ten ways the cloud helps businesses with some shop-fresh examples…