- Oct 21, 2011
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Companies that use an on-demand supplier are also buying access to highly secure enterprise datacentre facilities, skilled staff specifically trained to support given applications and infrastructure, scheduled back-ups, built-in redundancy and easily shared applications for supporting cross-organisational business processes, to mention just some of the benefits. Cloud platforms also provide relief for in-house test and development teams with resource constraints.
This seven-page Buyer's Guide to Cloud Computing details the kinds of cloud offering that CIOs and senior IT professionals will need to take into account as they plan future outsourcing, hosting and application strategies.
Putting platforms in the cloud
Can cloud computing push up profit?
Case Study: Cloud computing and the benefits of elasticity
The realities of cloud formation
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