Have you considered these 3 issues before moving your operations to the cloud?

As businesses continue discovering the benefits that cloud computing can present with regard to efficiency and profitability, the use of cloud technologies continues to skyrocket. In the US for example, at least 70 percent of companies, whether public, private, or hybrid use cloud computing according to research done by IDG in 2016.


Cloud Computing’s Impact on Sports

Cloud computing has been responsible for a number of significant changes to the world of sports. From the way elite athletes train to the fan’s experience in new stadiums, the cloud has been incorporated into improving the way sports are performed and consumed. Leading athletes, teams, and sports organizations are employing the cloud in a number of interesting and innovative ways. Here are a few of them.


Ways Cloud Computing Technology Is Changing

Cloud computing is a major buzzword in the business world today. It has significantly impacted how we do business in a variety of ways. From banking, agriculture, education, and healthcare, it has managed to change how we use data and has given many firms a competitive edge.


The Pros and Cons of Using Containers for Cloud Migration

The cloud offers many benefits to corporations looking to streamline and reduce the cost of their IT systems. Taking advantage of the economies of scale provided by cloud providers is one of the driving forces behind the move to the cloud. There are a number of methods that can be employed when migrating an application from its current location to the cloud.


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