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Cloud Improves SEC's Bottom Line
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SachinEE
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SachinEE,
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6/28/2014 | 6:31:46 AM
Re: Cloud computing has yet again proven itself
Just like any other organization, it is a fact that the Securities and Exchange Commission has increased the speed and flexibility of its financial data services and saved money through increased efficiency, a top official claim. Cloud computing helps the organization be able to perform the bulk of its duties which include: collecting, analyzing and reporting on any kind of financial data much more efficiently than how it used to. Cloud computing has yet again proven its efficiency in the day- to –day work and business dealings.
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Stratustician,
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6/26/2014 | 10:15:47 AM
Another great case study for Cloud
It's great to see case studies that show the true benefits of moving to a cloud environment.  Aside from the benefits to overall data handling, the benefits that come from increased security, and the ability to focus on next-generation data analysis is a highlight of why Cloud is not just about processing power, but the benefits that come from having the ability to better utilize the data itself.


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