Wednesday July 15, 2020

Cloud Computing: A more considered cloud

Sungard is seeing a new sophistication from Irish businesses when it comes to the cloud

7th June, 2015

T he cloud conversation has definitely shifted, according to Gary Watson, general manager of Sungard Availability Services in Ireland, because the level of customer understanding has dramatically improved. Not so long ago, businesses were talking about migrating everything they could on the assumption that it would save them a bucketful of money. That’s changed.

“Over the past 12 months people have got more considered when putting in cloud projects. The initial hype was...

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