All About Clouds
George Bernard Shaw once said, “The only man who behaves sensibly is my tailor; he takes my measurements anew every time he sees me, while all the rest go on with their old measurements and expect me to fit them.” This statement applies just as well to our industry – ideally, the vendor should meet
It’s no secret that cloud computing is playing a major role in the transformation of several industries, and retail is among the fields capitalizing most on its benefits. From breaking down silos between legacy systems to revolutionizing the Point of Sale (POS) model, cloud computing has helped both e-commerce and storefront retailers alike streamline operations
Businesses of all sizes are moving to the cloud in droves, looking for flexible, cost-effective solutions that enable their operations to run more efficiently. This move by businesses to migrate their IT services, applications and infrastructure to a cloud-based architecture will cause market revenue to reach an estimated $174.2 billion this year, up 20 percent
Businesses are increasingly migrating to the cloud because of the flexibility, cost savings and other related benefits. Cloud adoption figures are already high and are projected to rise further. IDC predicts that in 2014, cloud spending, including cloud services and the technology to enable these services, will surge by 25 percent, reaching over $100 billion.