Author: Edwin Yapp
There are many reasons why more enterprises today are moving towards cloud computing but for three companies, culture, speed, flexibility, and expertise are the reasons why they did so. Edwin Yapp reports.
Journey begins with a committed shift in business and cultural paradigms before technology comes into play.
After helming Google’s cloud division for over a year, Google Inc’s cloud chief Diane Greene declared that the search giant is more ready to serve enterprises than before.
Cloud computing is the new normal these days and not surprisingly, both vendor camps are vying for market share and column space in the media.
There seems to be a disconnect between how C-suite and IT executives perceive the complex landscape of cyber security in Malaysia, according to a new study by BAE Systems plc.
Once misunderstood and feared to be an untrustworthy way of consuming IT services because it was thought to be unreliable, unsecured and too complex to manage, the cloud is today the basis of agile services that are being rolled out by enterprises that are forward thinking.
The dynamo behind Proficeo Consultants and Cradle’s CGP programme, Renuka Sena, used rejection as her motivator to power forward.
Enterprises should take advantage of the slowdown to transform their businesses in 2017 to become more digital in nature.
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