Cloud Computing – Is It for You?

February 15th, 2010 (Guest) Leave a comment 1 comment
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Andy Moon did a great analysis in this article to explain why Cloud Computing in storage domain is so slow to be adopted by enterprises: Cloud storage adoption slow for businesses.

Cloud computing has been a reality now for many years and the term has been used more and more often by IT professionals. Ever increasing business need for speed and mobility makes cloud computing sound like a perfect match, especially with the growing number of cloud providers on the market.

I think that the processing power and ability to scale with cloud computing is not being questioned nowadays… What is being questioned though is data security, reliability and data recovery.

There is also an initial cost associated with migration of your existing computing infrastructure to the cloud. No surprises here why cloud computing has been so slowly adopted by businesses and only 8% of businesses, according to Andy, plan to use cloud computing in the near future.

For businesses doing online payment transactions and storing their customer data, cloud computing might not be even an option… at least for now.

Is cloud computing for you?

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About Boris Tulman

Boris is our resident Networking guru. He works as a Network Architect designing and implementing network technologies in ISP, e-commerce and social networking site environments. Boris holds M.S. in Software Engineering, B.S. in Computer Science and a handful of industry certifications. He teaches Networking courses at LearnComputer.

  1. Kendrick Teitsworth says:

    Good Site on Cloud Computing and SaaS – We are periodically looking for good blog articles
    related to SaaS. Will be back to review more information on your blog.

    Keep up the great work!

    Thanks!

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