Building and maintaining effective cloud computing infrastructures

| June 13, 2018

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Cloud computing holds great promise as the next leap in efficiency for enterprise computing. Primarily enabled by server, storage, and network virtualization, cloud computing allows businesses to dynamically allocate and assign computing resources from across the company’s assets to where the resources are most needed. This practice promises to cut hardware and software acquisition costs significantly and can have a tremendous savings in energy expenditures as well. With cloud computing, users access data and applications as they always have – but these data and applications may reside anywhere within the company’s cloud.

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