Make sure the cloud works for you

Many companies are turning to private clouds to marry better security with effective data storage, writes Dermot Corrigan

2nd October, 2010

The most talked-about development in technology in 2010 has been the pooling of IT resources and information into centralised locations from where these can be accessed remotely as required.

This concept can be called utility computing or IT as a service, but is most commonly known as cloud computing. A lot of the buzz around the cloud has centred on public clouds, hosted in massive data centres owned and managed by partners and accessed over the...

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