Connectivity, Cloud and the Challenges the Future Holds for Businesses
Cloud computing involves a large number of computers connected through a real-time communication network such as the Internet. Cloud computing is becoming more important every day. Nearly two-thirds of enterprise IT managers have already begun transitioning their business-critical applications to the cloud. A driving force is the exponential rise of big data that requires massive storage, virtualized computing and ready accessibility from anywhere in the world. As business has become more mobile, the ability to connect to business applications and communications has become more critical and is turning applications into services.
Meanwhile, as cloud services provided by third parties become a bigger part of the IT service delivery, connectivity becomes one of the cornerstones of the solution. Yet oftentimes connectivity can be a major headache, with customer support, billing problems, performance anomalies and end user confusion all adding to the complexity of keeping things going.
This seminar will give you more insight on what cloud computing is, how to deal with it and how it can help you to run your business more efficiently. Last but not least, we will look at some trends and challenges the future holds for businesses.