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?
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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