Tuesday July 14, 2020

Cloud for your firm’s pace

Having your own server is like having an Airfix model glued together on the shelf. The cloud is more like a box of Lego

6th September, 2015
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Mark Kellett, chief executive, Magnet

Using the cloud feels inevitable these days, with the rise of collaboration tools such as Slack dominating headlines, alongside a price war between Amazon Web Services, up 81 per cent in profit since last year, and Google’s new cloud storage for business offering, Nearline, which is luring in businesses with 100 petabytes of free storage.

But if your company has been around for a while, and up until now has used an in-house server, moving...

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