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BuddeComm Intelligence Report - The Cloud Computing Revolution

  • Published: February 2014
  • Region: Global
  • 16 Pages
  • Paul Budde Communication Pty Ltd

Cloud computing deployment and development is gaining momentum around the world as the true potential of this technology reveals itself. It has become one of the fastest growing areas for the IT sector and cloud computing solutions are being adopted by enterprises; government and consumers alike.

For enterprises, the development of cloud computing takes the form of a business transition and company strategies and policies need to be changed before its potential can be monetised by businesses. Cloud computing should be seen as a valuable business tool – one that will differentiate the company from others.

Cloud security and privacy are issues which require scrutiny and there are growing concerns about data “ownership”. If these concerns can be overcome, along with the right standardisations and infrastructure put in place - then we will really see this industry thrive.

This BuddeComm Intelligence report explores some of the key issues and trends surrounding cloud computing. It provides key global statistics and recent developments.

Latest Developments:

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1. Synopsis
2. The cloud computing revolution
3. Cloud computing for government
3.1 Governments around the world adopting cloud services (g-clouds)
4. Cloud computing for enterprise
5. The complexities of cloud computing
5.1 Information technology
5.2 Cloud security
6. Unified Communications (UC) and the cloud
6.1 Early days
6.2 UC&C today
7. Cloud computing market statistics
8. How to manage and secure big data
9. Other recent trends
9.1 Cloud TV
9.2 Platform as a Service is taking off
9.3 Smart Grid as a Cloud Service (SGaaS)
9.4 Growing competition for AWS
9.5 Cloud computing used for managing electronic devices
9.6 Network Attached Storage (NAS)
9.7 Mobile Cloud Computing
9.8 Cloud Computing for media and entertainment sectors
10. Conclusion
10.1 Cloud Computing requires business strategies
10.2 Cloud Computing in the trans-sector context
11. Related reports
Exhibit 1 – Definition: Cloud computing
Exhibit 2 – Examples of key cloud models
Exhibit 3 – Examples of government cloud projects
Exhibit 4 – Cloud principles
Exhibit 5 – Examples of enterprise cloud projects
Exhibit 6 – IBM SmartCloud

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