Cloud set to be king

With the requirement for companies to collect and manage data only likely to increase, data centre technology vendors will have to work hard to keep apace.

2nd October, 2010

With the requirement for companies to collect and manage data only likely to increase, data centre technology vendors will have to work hard to keep apace.

Cloud technologies will become more and more important in the data centre world, according to Ronan Geraghty, business manager, server and tools, Microsoft Ireland.

“We see private-cloud and public-cloud computing as the next logical step,” said Geraghty. “Cloud computing enables just-in-time provisioning and scaling of applications. Organisations realize the...

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