Could it be that our new share economy is causing us to review some of the IT decisions we have made, and assess whether or not these were based on our old way of thinking about the world?
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.
Marketing Spread: In today’s information-driven market, data is a sought-after commodity. Like any other critical resource, it needs to be protected. Given that data grows exponentially and businesses are faced with the challenge of having to store and manipulate ever-increasing volumes, security strategies have come under scrutiny as to whether they can actually meet the challenge.
How quickly can your company’s cloud solution scale?
Cloud applications and security in the mines. Traditionally, clients used to put their technology infrastructure on servers at their local premises. They would build a server room and deploy business-critical systems like customer relationship management (CRM), enterprise resource planning, and accounting on their local network.
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.
From the advent of cloud services, the security of the cloud has always represented a first barrier to entry for largest blue chip organisations.
Marketing Spread: Change is the only inevitable in business. Systems, processes, people and the market is a constantly evolving and any credible business must be flexible and agile enough to deal effectively with change.
Half of the world’s population will remember a time when dad used to sit with a pile of papers complaining about how confusing and complicated it was changing from one insurance house to another. Only black ink was good enough for completing application forms, which was then sent off in an A4 envelope by post.