White Paper: FPT Software
Cloud computing the "Next Big Thing" in IT infrastructure, promises new levels of efficiency, flexibility and cost savings. Business enterprises can transform their business models and gain a competitive edge through early adoption of cloud computing technologies.
Early adoption of the cloud provides enterprises with an opportunity to transform their business models. Though cost reduction is one of the benefits, enterprises stand to gain from other benefits that come from having a flexible IT infrastructure. Further, through the adoption of cloud, organizations can build virtual and "open" business processes that enable its various stakeholders including customers, business partners and suppliers to connect and do business more seamlessly.
In the end, a move to the cloud requires a well-planned strategy considering many business and technical constraints that needs to be mitigated. The cloud is here to stay, so better make most of the benefits that it has to offer.
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Best cloud transformation practices based on real world experiences
How and why should companies move to cloud?
How can cloud computing help with efficiency?
Cloud migration strategies for enterprises
How cloud computing can shift a company investment model from CAPEX (Capital Expenditure) to OPEX (Operating Expense)?
By: GTT Communications
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What is Internet of Things ?
Internet of things Global Standard Initiative defines it as “as a global infrastructure for the information society, enabling advanced services by interconnecting (physical and virtual) things based on existing and evolving interoperable information and communication technologies.” Research firm Gartner for 2017 and beyond states an estimate that by 2020 there will be as many as 20.8 billion devices connected to the internet and hardware spending on IoT would amount more than 3 trillion dollars.
What is Cloud software ?
Cloud computing software generally fall under the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model. The software and the necessary infrastructure, used by cloud users, is provided and managed by the Cloud Service Providers (CSP). Cloud software includes fundamental business technologies like CRM, HRM, Sales Management etc. Examples: SAP SuccessFactors, Microsoft 365.
What is public cloud ?
Public cloud refers to a cloud computing model where the service providers make available resources such as virtual machines, applications, and storage to the general public users over the internet. Usually, these services may be provided for free or on a pay-per-usage model.