“What a small world!” – How many times did you hear or said this phrase? Well, I for sure say it often. The truth is the world isn’t small, but the way we communicate and do business at a global scale sure makes it look that way.
David - agree with your comments. Imagine the benefit to be able to have any parts you need manufactured to order at a local facility. No more waiting a week (still have to wait for the print time though!). But agree that some of this could be held back by political aspects.
I do wonder though whether over time some of this may build sufficient momentum (possibly in the hands of clever entrepreneurs) to the extent that it overcomes political issues.
I am with you on the Analytics one Bill a lot of potential exists to be exploited. I will also be very interested to see how IoT pans out, a lot of possibilities but a lot of pitfalls and risks around security, privacy etc as well.
With the numerous benefits offered by cloud computing, many businesses are eagerly looking for ways to integrate the cloud into their current system. Before moving forward with the transition from physical to cloud computing, it is important to remember that like other types of technology before it, a cloud computing system still has to be managed.
Es wird viel über Cloud-Automatisierung gesprochen, was darunter zu verstehen ist und wie man herausfindet, ob dies die ideale Lösung für das eigene Unternehmen darstellt. Cloud-Automatisierung ist für alle Cloud-Umgebungen obligatorisch, denn sie bietet Vorteile gegenüber Unternehmen, die diese Technologie nicht haben, indem sie automatische Skalierung ermöglicht und die Infrastrukturverwaltung vereinfacht.
When it comes to emerging technologies, cloud computing has drawn more controversy than any other tech out there. These two words have driven countless debates, caused numerous arguments in IT departments and, more often than we like to admit, have left many in the industry profoundly confused.