CIOs today are feeling the pressure to provide IT services that keep up with the business, and are need IT delivery methods that meet their user’s demands. Traditional IT services are still important, however, especially as security and availability concerns inhibit widespread cloud adoption. Click to download how CIOs can roadmap a successful hybrid IT delivery environment.
We all believe that cloud computing can save us money however we’re not sure how to maximise these savings. Through understanding cloud economics, CIOs are finding that cloud computing can be the key to increasing their department’s business relevancy and corporate value. Click to download how IT departments can add new revenue streams based on cloud economics.
2012 was a watershed for cloud computing, with rapid growth in interest leading to enterprise class deployments. This paper separates fact from fiction and aides senior IT executives make decisions surrounding cloud computing. Click to download the trends and misconceptions of cloud computing.
This paper discusses the enterprise viewpoint of what makes up a "private cloud" and the investments being made in private cloud from an Australian perspective. This paper also highlights how Optus Business are helping organisations overcome their business issues by adopting Cloud.
EMC has embarked on a journey that will prove IT transformation starts at home. This whitepaper studies the internal strategy adopted by EMC to embrace the private cloud in order to fulfil the ultimate vision of end-to-end, on demand self service provisioning of IT services to all EMC business units.
All aspects of the journey to date, which commenced in 2004 are detailed, demonstrating how the company has thus far saved $104.5 million, including an estimated $88.3 million in capital equipment cost avoidance and $16.2 million of operating cost reduction due to increased data centre power, cooling and space efficiency.
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