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Predictions say that this is the year cloud computing will overcome nearly all remaining hurdles and establish itself as the cornerstone or corporate IT. With many concerns such as security and control now in the past, enterprise IT departments are ready to move full-steam ahead with cloud to reap the agility, cost savings, and eased management this model offers. However, there are considerations to weigh when implementing cloud in order to achieve strong results and continue moving forward.
In this eGuide, CIO, Computerworld, and InfoWorld offer advice, tips, news, and predictions regarding cloud implementations in the coming year and beyond. Read on to learn how to make cloud work for your organization.
Enterprise Cloud Deployment Strategies
Three primary cloud deployment strategies are available today for enterprise software-public cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud. However, many vendors force enterprises to choose between data security or cloud deployment flexibility; they're either unable or unwilling to give the enterprise both.
When Disaster Tests Your Business, Cloud Communications Can Save It
Find out why the survivors of Hurricane Sandy and other recent calamities say they wish they'd had cloud-based business VoIP communications, rather than "the vulnerability and limitations of the premises-based communications we had in place."
Download this eGuide to learn how to protect your business by:
- Answering key questions before disaster strikes
- Developing communications plans that work even if your whole region is affected
- Getting the mobile app that keeps workers going when local service can't
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Forrester Report: The Rise of the New Cloud Admin
Nearly half of all enterprise IT shops claim to be prioritizing private cloud investments in 2013, but both in the largest enterprises and those firms that are most aggressively investing in public cloud platforms and services, it's not central IT that will lead these efforts. There is a new administrator rising from within the business units who doesn't see private clouds as a linear progression from server virtualization but instead as an extension of the public cloud. And the type of cloud he is building is very different than your current virtualized infrastructure. Who is this new administrator? How are his plans for cloud different from yours? And what the heck does he think he's doing? You'll meet three of them in this report.