We posed this question to a broad swathe of senior industry executives. Here's what they had to say.
GUEST OPINION by Brian Holder, General Manager Sales and Marketing at Tecala: Since first rising to prominence in the late 1990s, cloud computing has become a key component of many company’s IT infrastructures. The benefits it offers in terms of cost, performance, global scale and manageability are well understood and documented. But for many organisations the key challenge they face with the cloud is how they should configure the different architecture and service offerings into a reliable, stable and secure foundation for their business.
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