By Kamal Vyas, Sr. IT Service Architect, NetApp IT As the manager responsible for cloud implementation for NetApp IT, I am frequently asked about the cloud. Is IT in the cloud really inevitable? What factors should I be considering?
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James Coombes's insight:
"Cloud Pioneers share three common traits: leadership that understands how the cloud can further their mission, defined requirements and goals for their solution, and direction and support from both the chief information officer (CIO) and chief financial officer, enabling them to enable culture change."
The G-Cloud’s programme director, Denise McDonagh, has called for the government to introduce a ‘cloud first’ policy, where departments would have to first look to the Cloudstore for services before procuring through traditional methods.
Google may not have caught up to Amazon in the cloud market, but that's OK, according to a Google executive. The company is heading in a slightly different direction with cloud computing that involves helping customers analyze their data.
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James Coombes's insight:
Interesting. Even when schools demand that cloud services they evaluate meet accessibility requirements they may still get sued if they adopt less than ideal solutions. It is not that they could have made a better choice. It is that the cloud service providers are not offering better choices and the way third party activists are responding is by targeting their potential customers to force the providers to change.
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