Tuesday July 7, 2020

Businesses on cloud nine

Imagine a world where the complexity of ICT is taken off your premises and technology becomes just another utility. Ian Campbell looks at the companies that are trying to make it happen.

28th February, 2009

A sneaking suspicion that consumers have been pushing back the boundaries of web-based technologies quicker than businesses has been confirmed by the rise of cloud computing. An explosion in digital content - movies, pictures and music - has forced the leading exponents of internet entertainment to develop ever more ingenious ways of storing data and delivering it back to the public.

Now the cloud - which is basically a web-based connection point to systems and...

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