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Quocirca - Blog Archive for September (2012)

There were 4 blog postings during September (2012):


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Clive Longbottom, Quocirca | 6th September '12
Many organisations look to the cloud to provide some level of contingency against their own systems going down, be it off-site data backup, failover servers for business applications, or the use of high-availability servers and software. The level...
 
Clive Longbottom, Quocirca | 14th September '12
If cloud computing manages to evolve to where it should do, the end result for organisations is a mixed environment of internal and external IT platforms that stretch beyond their direct control into the value chain of suppliers and customers, and...
 
Bob Tarzey, Quocirca | 17th September '12
Figuratively speaking, “the cloud” does not have much of a future because the term will become redundant and using it will sound dated. In the long term, public cloud will cease to be seen as a subset of the way information technology and...
 
Bob Tarzey, Quocirca | 20th September '12
Innovations in the way information technology is provisioned means business managers should be able to rely on the software applications that support their business being available, scalable, cost effective, secure and compliant. This has not always...

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