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Everyone loves the cloud | Intel Business IT Hub | ComputerworldUK

Everyone loves the cloud | Intel Business IT Hub | ComputerworldUK | Confiance dans le Cloud | Scoop.it
Cloud computing is a term that describes a significant change in the way organisations procure, manage and use IT.

 

It represents a shift away from the concept of building and owning IT as an asset and moving towards a model where applications are hosted by a third party and paid for only when needed.

 

For a number of years after the term was coined, it remained conceptual, only appearing in the real world as small-pilots. The model has been proven to work now and many organisations are starting to consider it seriously as a method for delivering core business-critical applications into the workplace.


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Where is Enterprise 2.0 going? Into the cloud! - Forbes

Where is Enterprise 2.0 going? Into the cloud! - Forbes | Confiance dans le Cloud | Scoop.it
Five years ago, I published a long article explaining the basis of Enterprise 2.0. Back in 2007, Facebook and Twitter where only startups (literally!) and Web 2.0 was still a trending topic.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Why the future is in the cloud

INFOGRAPHIC: Why the future is in the cloud | Confiance dans le Cloud | Scoop.it

If recent figures are anything to go by, cloud computing has a very bright future indeed, a new infographic illustrates.

 

Uberflip has released an infographic that is published on Visual.ly that states by 2016 more than one-third of the world’s digital content will be stored in the cloud, and the global market for cloud computing will grow to more than US$241bn by 2020.


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