From Spotify to Amazon, and Google to Apple, we’ve all heard of the cloud - repeatedly.
The adoption of cloud-based SaaS (Software As A Service) applications is growing.
Cloud usage within the enterprise is here to stay. Business users are recognizing and seeing the benefits of flexible applications that don’t require intensive IT management and care.
As regulations force the need for transparency, clients are demanding more information faster.
I’ve read many articles about why companies should move to the cloud. It’s true the benefits to the buyer are vast, but what about the client?
It’s exciting that cloud technology, which is fuelling iTunes and managing everything I read, review and share with friends, is the same magic that’s enabling asset managers to serve their clients in my...
The benefits on offer would have to be pretty substantial for any growing business to move away from a technology platform with an annual revenue stream of over £30 million.
The consumer market has already seen a huge impact from cloud computing with web applications such as Facebook and photo sharing apps like flickr.com.