Don’t ask the question what is it? Instead, ask what does Cloud Computing mean for your Enterprise. This is what matters.
Enterprise Cloud Computing is the special case of utilising cloud computing for competitive advantage through breakout opportunities both for cost savings, and more importantly, for business innovation in terms of unprecedented speed and agility with vastly improved collaboration among business partners and customers.
Andy Mulholland together with industry leaders Jon Pyke, WfMC and Peter Fingar, Meghan Kiffer Research bring over a hundred years of industry experience explaining the game changing consequences for both economy and innovation as Cloud Computing follows centralised computing and client-server computing as the third seismic shift in information technology over the past 50 years.
Andy explains: “As with the first two computing models that emerged, we may not totally be sure what it is or how it will change the rules of business and create new winners and losers in the marketplace. It’s called Cloud Computing and the economic and innovation implications are game changing. No one needs to know more about the business implications of Cloud Computing than C-level executives responsible for the future of their organisations, for the wow isn’t just about technology, it’s about the promise of on-demand business innovation. But even more than understanding this new wave, they need to act, and act now.”