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This HP whitepaper looks at how, when working to the accepted definition of cloud computing, the technology allows organisations to efficiently grow.
This HP whitepaper outlines what these concerns are and gives some hints as to how the perceived threats can be mitigated against.
The expanding Internet of Things (IoT) will see billions of devices transmitting and exchanging business data to aid the operations of organisations, and the cloud is set to play a key role in this.
Smaller companies are suffering due to a high number of cloud apps per company and one way to lower this would be to source apps from a smaller number of providers.
While the private sector is building on cloud computing's various benefits, government organisations are also having a go at benefitting too.
This HP whitepaper charts the development of the cloud on-demand computing concept and shows how important it is for addressing the demand for business agility and growth.
This infographic discusses the role of cloud and how virtualisation is expanding into apps, servers, storage and networks.
Virtualised cloud platform makes adding new resources simple and fast for customers. Indian service provider NetDataVault chose a solution based on HP CloudSystem.
By next year, no less than 73 per cent of organisations say they will increase the number of virtual desktops used in the workplace, though it will be a slow, incremental process.
"It's a different world for IT managers today, and data backup for a small or medium-sized business is more complex than ever," said Eric Burgener, the research director of storage at IDC.