Countries such as New Zealand have come around to cloud computing recently.
Infrastructure-as-a-Service is experiencing impressive growth throughout the global cloud sector.
Organizations that have not given much thought to life after Windows Server 2003 may find efficient migration solutions from Software-as-a-Service suites.
Cloud computing as a whole has evolved over the years, becoming a critical service for organizations in various industries.
Partnerships have recently defined the cloud computing industry, as major players have formed relationships to improve critical processes delivered through cloud suites.
Chief information officers who want to achieve operational functionality not possible with legacy equipment for their organizations should consider using cloud computing to facilitate such change.
Government organizations are experiencing challenges when migrating assets to cloud environments.
Corporate exectuvies appear open to the fact that their organizations must embrace change to remain competitive in their respective markets.
Key technological trends such as the Internet of Things and cloud computing are influencing how organizations manage critical infrastructure.
Security used to be viewed as the potential downfall of cloud computing, but not any longer.