A public cloud is a way for enterprises to scale their IT resources on demand, without having to maintain as many infrastructure components, applications or development resources in house.
When faced with choosing an ITSM solution that fits the demands of your organisation, delivers on budget, and is sufficiently flexible, it is understandable to feel overwhelmed.
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The statistics on cloud computing all point to hybrid cloud and multi-cloud as the current reality for most companies.
The new platform integrates Intel’s software, hardware and AI products, with cloud IoT products of Alibaba.
By 2022, traditional offerings will still constitute 72 per cent of the addressable revenue for enterprise IT markets.
When looking at a software solution, instead of asking the binary question: “Is it cloud based?”, the correct question to ask may be: “How cloudy is it?”.
VPC egress traffic has become a blind spot for cloud and IT teams, making it nearly impossible for cloud engineers to distinguish between legitimate and illegitimate destinations.
Despite its many advantages, private cloud also has a number of shortcomings that will lead businesses to adopt hybrid cloud solutions.
Despite costly digital transformation projects, the public sector is still not sold on public cloud.