In the past, the term ‘cloud computing’ would have raised a few eyebrows in the IT domain. Today, most organizations are very much aware what cloud computing is and the several different cloud service models that are available. Enterprises have gone from asking ‘what is cloud computing’ to creating and executing their own cloud strategy using advanced technologies. When talking about cloud computing, people often view it as a 21st century invention. But going back in time, one will realize that cloud principles have existed in the past. From providing access to a central computer through dummy terminals in the 1940s, creating the concept of virtual machines to execute multiple operating systems simultaneously in the 1970s, and telecommunications offering shared access to users in the 90s, cloud made its presence known at various time periods. Today, this concept has evolved into something that most companies want to invest in because of the reliability flexibility, scalability and efficiency cloud offers. Continue reading
33 percent of organizations’ IT and data processing requirements are met by using cloud resources in October 2014.
There is an expected increase of approximately 41 percent of IT and data processing requirements in the coming year.
According to a report on ‘The Challenges of Cloud Information Continue reading