Friday July 10, 2020

Managed services make cloud more attractive

As a specialised territory, finding the right people to aid with cloud can be a challenge.

6th September, 2015
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Dave Kinsella, chief technology officer, Datapac

Most organisations do not have staff with cloud expertise, even those with established IT departments. They will often have experienced and qualified people in areas such as server and network management or database administration.

But cloud computing is a relatively new and very wide field that has evolved into a set of disciplines in its own right. There is a sort of ‘advanced user’ level where experienced IT people can manage workloads through dashboards or...

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