IT infrastructure still growing in the cloud

Running high-end IT systems and developing apps is an expensive business, requiring lots of expertise, compute power, storage, networking and software. Alex Meehan asks what if there was a way to do it faster, cheaper and more flexibly?

4th September, 2016
Roisin Cahill, chief operations officer and director of IT Force

Faced with the prospect of paying for technology up front, a growing number of Irish companies are opting to sign up for pay-as-you-go cloud services instead, and it’s here that the twin offerings of cloud services — Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and Platform as a service (PaaS) — can start to make sense, saving companies money and speeding up their time to market dramatically.

Where IaaS offers users the ability to access...

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