Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon started when smartphones and tablets with more convenient form factor became ubiquitous among consumers. These devices with their touch-screen interfaces and powerful processors allow employees who brought them to work to be more productive on the go. Assuming of course they could somehow get connected to the in-house WiFi.
Like any good consultant or analyst, you can summarize the key benefits in three easy statements: 1) cost, 2) computing on-demand or scalability, and 3) access to expertise on virtualization and technology. The entire business model for cloud providers is to achieve economies of scale and provide processing power at a very low price. It
Cloud computing tends to be based on virtualization of servers and storage and software that supports many companies, simultaneously. Cloud computing is the utilization of technology infrastructure to outsource a business process through what are shared virtualized infrastructures. The maturity of the virtualized infrastructure may magnify the challenges for organizations in operating side-by-side with competitors
Security compliance, addressed either by physical controls or logical controls, will still apply whether you operate on your premises or in a virtual environment. Virtual environments just make this harder and when you rely upon a third party the phrase “trust but verify” is an apt response to ensure that this particular computing model does
Cloud Computing and its attendant services are not a fad that will fade anytime soon. CIOs will be asked to examine how to use them and there will more direct pressure from CFOs and CEOs to bring down the cost of computing by using the cloud. Trying to equate the cost of the in-house infrastructure
Cloud Computing, as defined by both National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Cloud Security Alliance is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications and services). These resources are configured / combined to operate like a utility. Cost is
Business grudgingly relies on IT to manage the books, usually to automate boring repeatable tasks fast and cheaply and sometimes to create a unique value to the business (when possible). IT is rarely viewed as an equal partner in business and more as a utility player that makes things happen….slowly. When the world of IT