Cloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.
At the time this definition was published, “cloud” was already part of industry parlance, and was beginning to take root in the general lexicon. Additionally, global business spending for infrastructure and services related to the cloud had topped $78 billion. This year, enterprise spending on the cloud will reach an estimated $174 billion, and is expected to climb to $235 billion by 2017.2 Inevitably, as both business IT and consumer mindsets evolve toward the cloud in coming years, we will continue to witness dramatic growth in IT products in some areas, and significant reductions in other areas—resulting in a reshaping of the industry as a whole.
What does it mean to “move to the cloud”? In this eBook, we break down myths about the cloud computing and detail what you really need to know when considering Microsoft Office 365. Fill out the form to get your free eBook to learn about:
• How the cloud can help you reduce headaches and time maintaining hardware.
• How cloud storage is actually safer than on-premise.
• How cloud technology and cloud solutions can increase employee productivity.
• Advantages of cloud computing and how it allows you to spend less time on software updates and more time building your business.
This white paper sponsored by HP and Intel (circle R) separates fact from fiction, reality from myth, and, in doing so, will aide senior IT executives as they make decisions around cloud computing. While dispelling cloud computing myths, we will answer tough questions: How hard is it to adopt a private or hybrid cloud? How difficult is it to maintain and secure a cloud? How will the cloud transform my business? Do I have the right skill sets in place? What are some of my cost considerations? HP and Intel are committing extensive resources to helping customers with all of their questions and concerns around cloud computing.
This white paper separates fact from fiction to help senior IT executives make decisions around cloud computing - dispelling myths and answering the tough questions; including how to simplify adopting and securing a private or hybrid cloud.
Many admit to being confused by the hype and haze surrounding cloud computing. This white paper aspires to separate fact from fiction, reality from myth, and, in doing so, aid senior IT executives as they make decisions around cloud computing.
This white paper on cloud computing, sponsored by HP and Intel®, separates fact from fiction, reality from myth, and, in doing so, will aide senior IT executives as they make decisions around cloud computing.
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