Floating on a cloud: first, premium or economy

By: Steve Shakespeare, Managing Director, Civica Services
Published: Friday, May 22, 2015 - 12:39 GMT

Socitm’s IT Trends: Cloud computing services report recently observed that the drive to embrace the cloud is coming from IT (62%) rather than business units.

This is a potential stumbling block. Cloud computing is a business concern and can only truly deliver transformative benefits when there is a meeting of minds between the IT department and the wider business. The stated advantages of cloud computing speaks volumes and includes the modernisation of business processes, cost savings and greater scalability and flexibility to support business growth. These are strategic ambitions…

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