How the changing nature of the cloud will affect your business
Gráinne Loughran on how businesses are adopting a form of cloud-sourcing
Cloud has been the buzzword of the month for seven years running, and it doesn’t look set to change any time soon. A survey by IDC this year forecast that Irish cloud usage would grow faster than the European average, at 22 per cent every year until 2020. By then, the Irish cloud market will be valued at €468 million, up from €172 million in 2015.
The increased investment in cloud comes partially as a result...
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