Let’s imagine you’re a professional athlete with a recurring knee injury. The starting point for curbing this issue is figuring out what’s causing the problem in the first place. While you may be experiencing pain in your knee, the pain could be caused by any number of things. Perhaps you’re wearing the wrong shoes. Maybe there’s a problem with your technique. Your knee ailments could even be a knock-on effect from a weak muscle in another area of your body.
There are plenty of statistics that point to the brilliance of the Its capability, its ability to generate revenue, its ubiquity and its agility. Morgan Stanley predicted that by 2018, Microsoft Cloud products will make up 30% of revenue.
2017 will see more businesses focusing on digital transformation and the primary motivation behind this strategy will be to align and improve customer experience – which may catch some decision-makers off guard.
South Africa has seen a dramatic transformation of the wide area network space over the past decade, with Telkom’s monopoly whittled away by more and more network operators rolling out their own fibre-optic networks. With all this choice available to enterprise users, you’d think companies would have been looking at adopting new ways of managing their network infrastructure, but, according to participants in the recent Brainstorm roundtable, this is not the case.
Many cloud providers try to describe the total cost of ownership (TCO) to their clients, yet they leave some key cost factors out of the calculations.
Cloud solutions provide multiple applications and different user profiles to access various levels of functionality.
How quickly can your company’s cloud solution scale?
Services will go down at some point, but proactive planning can make the world of difference. The architecture in a cloud offerings lends itself to many solutions and options to provide the end-user with the peace of mind that the technology can – and will – provide service all the time, every time.
A true process must be deliberately designed and planned before being rushed into production.