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December 10, 2013

The future of Cloud

Take a look at how cloud is impacting on the future of the IT department and what enterprises need to be aware of when planning for the future.

By Cbr Rolling Blog

Businesses of all sizes are now embracing cloud computing. From 2013 through to 2016, £448bn will be spent on cloud services worldwide. The key for any organisatioin is to utilise the most appropriate cloud model for business. These decisions will impact the shape of the future IT department.

This infographic by computing supplier Carrenza illustrates how cloud is impacting on the future of the IT department and what enterprises need to be aware of when planning for the future. The infographic aims to help sets organisations on the right path to a solution that is suited to their unique needs with clear explanations of the offerings available.

Andrew Mellish, head of marketing for Carrenza, said: "Making the right choice when it comes to the cloud can be confusing for many businesses, especially in the IaaS space. Our new infographic highlights some of the key benefits of Infrastructure-as-a-Service and why Enterprises should consider it as a viable option to help support their organisation to meet their strategic goals."

Future of Cloud

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