V3 has launched its Cloud Computing Definitive Guide, covering everything your business needs to get the most out of the cloud revolution.
Cloud computing has seen a radical uptake within businesses in recent years, with the smallest and the largest of firms now relying on cloud services and applications.
However, there are still obstacles to the widespread rollout of cloud services. The view remains among many that hosting data off-site is inherently less secure than having it safe within the company walls, while cloud outages have also become a regular occurrence, affecting vendors from Microsoft to Netflix.
To help you wade through this complex landscape, V3 has teamed up with Intel to produce a free Cloud Computing Definitive Guide, available for the iPhone and iPad, Android devices and also on the web.
We cover everything you need to know on the topic, from the data centre management and infrastructure requirements, through to whether businesses can really trust the cloud.
We also look at how firms like Shell and Pret A Manger are taking advantage of cloud services to overhaul their IT and deal with the technology skills shortage.
This guide is all you need to start taking advantage of the cloud computing revolution in your organisation, so get your free copy now.
For more information on cloud computing, visit the Intel IT Center.
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