Cloud computing is bringing amazing advantages and benefits companies. But it also brings some challenges. There are several legal issues that must be taken into consideration when moving into the cloud. Let’s see which are the most challenging legal issues around cloud computing and how to overcome them.
Big fish in a little pond is one of my favorites quotes when talking about the leaders in cloud computing. Even though cloud computing is not literally that little, the leaders are the same big fish since its very beginning. Here are the top cloud computing leaders in my opinion.
Although cloud computing solutions and services are widespread, business intelligence solutions have not been adopted at a large scale in the last five years, according to Howard Dresner's 2012 Wisdom of Crowds Cloud BI Market Study. The good news is that investments in cloud based BI are growing and cloud BI data integration is only at the beginning of a long trend.
New global survey on “IT Friction” reflects a negative annual impact exceeding $100 billion for Fortune 100 companies alone, potentially trillions in global Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The cost of routine IT issues experienced by workers and businesses is negatively impacting employee and company productivity.
As I mentioned before, migrating to the cloud it doesn’t have to be hard or expensive. When migrating to the cloud, there are many options including on-ramping solutions which leverage server templates provided by cloud providers; automation tools to rebuild apps into a provider’s stack; migration attempts to move servers as-is.
A SaaS Performance Management solution helps meet user and businesses needs. Performance Management refers to the methods a company uses to leverage its assets, people, money and technology, to achieve strategic business goals.
Here are some advantages Performance Management can bring to your organization: