Cloud Computing: Is it Time?

June 2012
Metal Center News;Summer2012 Supplement IT Solutions, p2
Trade Publication
The article discusses various aspects of adaptation of cloud computing technology by various enterprises. It explores various advantages of the technology that requires minimal management time, effort and expense for its effective utilization. It highlights that under this technology employees' does not manage or control computing resources including network, servers and operating systems thus enough time is with consumers to concentrate on core business.


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