Future-proofing, in the cloud
Cloud computing has evolved enormously - and in 2018, the focus will be on how businesses can use it to optimise their data privacy and security, writes Quinton O’Reilly
As cloud computing continues to be a major part of operations for many businesses, 2017 could be seen as the year where many of its parts became commonplace.
One of which is using the hybrid cloud model, a mixture of private or third-party public cloud and on-premise cloud services, to help with operations. It’s certain that the next year will become a case of refinement and improvement for this, not just the technology, but how much...
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