Companies are no longer implementing only a single cloud to embrace Big Data and other critical IT projects.
The proliferation of cloud services is driving the need to leverage real-time Big Data analytics solutions.
Predictive analytic strategies are moving to cloud computing environments to improve efficiency.
Business teams are investing more in technological projects than IT departments.
Businesses are investing in cloud technologies due to the need to implement cost-effective and scalable architectures.
Cloud storage technologies can augment outdated disaster recovery practices, especially when Big Data projects gain momentum.
Businesses need to decide whether to build Big Data analytic architectures in-house or off-site in the cloud.
Federal agencies must overcome their problems with the "Big Five" technological trends if they are to thrive.
Bring-your-own-cloud (BYOC) initiatives can introduce significant benefits when all cloud computing projects are monitored internally.
The cloud computing model is transforming the way channel partners function and deliver their services to companies.
Although a business's IT department may possess limited abilities, the cloud host views security as another aspect of its business, if not its most important responsibility.