How can CIOs build a business case for the cloud? How can IT directors best address concerns about storage and security?
Which trends in enterprise software will most effect IT organizations in 2015?
Cloud computing is spreading across the IT landscape like a warm front on a winter day. Instead of bringing rain or snow, however, the cloud is showering businesses with opportunities.
Cloud computing lets organizations access their information anywhere, anytime, and from any Internet-connected device. For employees, the convenience of this connectivity is priceless.
Experts predict that the value of the cloud computing industry will grow to $240 billion by 2020.
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CIO.com is advising IT professionals on which outsourcing trends to watch in 2015. Outcome-based pricing tops the award-winning website’s top ten list.
At the end of 2012, there were around 8.7 billion connected objects in the world. As the trend grows, Cisco expects that number to reach over 50 billion by 2020.
It’s no longer controversial to speak of the cloud as ‘”new normal.” The challenge now is to deal with the implications of the cloud as the mainstream model for running business, government, health care, education…life.
How do other enterprises plan for and implement cloud computing? What deployment models do they use, and what investments do they make?