Cloud Computing and Service Delivery

Cloud Computing and Service Delivery

Within this area, we cover service offerings and adoption best practices in relation to the various forms of hosted cloud, including Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS).

However, given that these delivery models co-exist with each other, and live alongside more traditional hosting options and your own internal infrastructure, we also look at cloud computing in the broader context. This takes us into IT governance as we consider which deployment models are most appropriate in which circumstances, and into systems integration and management as we examine how to ensure that cloud services are operated as an integral part of the overall IT landscape.

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The Data Protection Imperative

Time to take notice, time to become proactive

Report/Paper published July 2013

Data Protection as a Business Enabler

Not all data is created equal

Report/Paper published July 2013

All about OpenStack

Webcast with Dale Vile

Presentation/Webcast delivered June 2013

The Data Centre Today and Tomorrow

How to move forwards, the role of Integrated Infrastructures and the potential Cloud OS

Inside Track published June 2013

Raising your game with Software as a Service

A guide for Small and Medium Businesses

Report/Paper published June 2013

DCIM and Energy Management

Underappreciated and invisible?

Inside Track published May 2013

Workload placement in a hybrid world

Webcast with Dale Vile

Presentation/Webcast delivered May 2013

Do SMBs have less of a mobile and collaboration need?

If not, perhaps SaaS is a way to plug the gap

Inside Track published April 2013

Cloud Opportunities

Private cloud is where the action is, but SMBs are open to public cloud

Column/Blog Post published April 2013

Cloud is more about choice than hosting

Itís important to get your head straight on this

Inside Track published April 2013

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