Copyright – The Telegraph/Worldcrunch
The paper or plastic driving licence could be consigned to history as India announces that it will allow motorists to store the documents on their smart phones. Continue reading
Using a few examples, here we will see how the Cloud, especially run by Microsoft Azure, is more than a simple virtualization solution (even though still a productive tool for IT Managers and professions).
Through changing its status progressively, the Cloud is no longer just a means to an end, or simply a means. Another new way of looking at the Cloud, would be as a shot of innovation to the system. Continue reading
This is the third of a series of blog posts discussing the five main considerations critical to successful cloud adoption by enterprises. If you missed them, the previous posts are here.
Today’s topic is about a common anti-pattern that we see – when organisations see cloud adoption as primarily a technology problem to solve. Continue reading
This is the second of a series of blog posts discussing the five main considerations critical to successful cloud adoption by enterprises (if you missed it, the first post is here). Today’s topic is the impact of cloud adoption on your operating model.
A common customer scenario goes like this. We want to get the benefits of cloud computing. But our organisation is so…slow…to…change and we have so much legacy to deal with. So let’s set up a skunkworks team for application X that is coming up on the development roadmap, so that we can develop a small initial capability to design, deploy and operate a cloud-based solution. So far, so sensible. Continue reading
This is the first of a series of blog posts discussing the five main considerations critical to successful cloud adoption by enterprises. Continue reading
Copyright – Les Echos – Fabien Rech
Would you give your house keys to a complete stranger when you are on vacation? Probably not. Human instincts opt for a safer solution.
The question of security is the major constraint preventing more widespread adoption of cloud computing technology. A study by Crowd Research Partners revealed that nine out of 10 professionals worry about safety and security. Data breaches remain the biggest concern for businesses that deploy private cloud servers, software cloud servers (Software as a Service, SaaS), or infrastructure cloud products (Infrastructure as a Service, IaaS). Continue reading
To the uninitiated, storing data and migrating then running applications in the cloud all seems to impose the need to use this nebulous, ‘miracle worker’ concept. Continue reading
Copyright – The Washington Post – February 2 2016 – By Hayley Tsukayama
Most consumers may not realize it, but there’s a furious battle playing out right behind the products they use every day. Continue reading