Cloud computing primer

nickbarcet

nickbarcet

on 26 September 2012

Things are changing, and fast.

In its August 2012 analysis of the cloud Hype Cycle, Gartner found that a number of cloud technologies are entering mainstream use, with others not too far behind.

That means organisations are now doing things with cloud, rather than just talking about it. This ebook is about what those things are, who’s doing them, and the results they’ve achieved.

Our ebook is about making the cloud as straight forward as possible. If you want to reap the benefits of cloud but don’t know exactly where to start then you’re in the right place. Let’s:

  • Look at four critical decisions required for a cloud strategy
  • Profile three “Cloud Heroes”: achieving great things in the cloud
  • Introduce the concept of the flexible and future-proof ‘open cloud’

Just fill in the form below (we promise to be fair with your details) and get the inside track on cloud today.

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