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Driving forces behind cloud computing

Mark Bentkower, Director of Enterprise Solutions Asia Pacific, CommVault Systems | Dec. 17, 2014
With a new wave of data expected to come from new Internet-enabled devices, the use of virtualised machines and the adoption of cloud-enabled business-critical applications, it is more important than ever for organizations to holistically manage their data and storage more intelligently. Cloud services will be a key element to achieve this. In this article, CommVault discusses the latest trends and services brought by the cloud and how organisations can now seize the opportunity to leverage these new functions to enhance their business capabilities.

There are clear advantages for organizations to explore all of the new and innovative uses for cloud. In 2015, the cloud will be a game changer for most IT organizations. As more and more companies seek to make sense of big data, profit from IoT, and make the transition to the cloud, there will always be a need for organizations to keep a holistic view of the enterprise and take control of their IT environment. This means putting more focus on the people and process aspects of this transformational change.

Now is the time for CIOs to align all of their computing capabilities to business strategy, regardless of location, and derive maximum value from their capital and operational expenditures.


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