Selecting the right cloud vendor for your business can be a minefield, with a myriad of suppliers in the marketplace, all claiming to be the perfect one-stop shop.
And with the opportunity to supply a nice fat monthly bill to clients instead of a one-off payment, vendors are falling over themselves to be seen as the go-to firm for all things cloud, with Microsoft, Oracle and AWS in particular making bold claims as to their capabilities.
But which supplier best fits which type of business?
In this video, Joanna Smith, CIO at Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust (who describes the process of finding a good cloud vendor as "excuricatingly difficult") joins Computing to discuss her experiences, and the wider issues around which cloud provides the best fit for which purpose.
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