Clouds Vs. Outsourcing: The Next Battleground
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User Rank: Apprentice
10/21/2011 | 7:07:43 PM
re: Clouds Vs. Outsourcing: The Next Battleground
Great article with spot on insights into where things are moving. At Nimsoft, our experience supports the results of the survey--weG«÷re seeing tremendous interest in our IT Management-as-a-Service solution within cloud-based service providers.

Service providers are looking for cloud solutions that can be turned on and off and delivered with a G«£pay as you goG«• model as clients need dictates.

The combination of offloaded IT with full QoS transparency is what makes the cloud work best. If fast-growth companies can work with (IaaS) providers to quickly/easily tap cloud resources and maintain their visibility into those resources, IT transforms into an agile enabler of fast, cost-efficient business growth.

User Rank: Apprentice
10/21/2011 | 12:27:05 PM
re: Clouds Vs. Outsourcing: The Next Battleground
Interesting that businesses still rely on vendors such as IBM to service their IT needs and IT Outsourcing is still a key component in a companies business strategy.Just read an excellent article titled Do Your Homework Before You Select an IT Outsourcing Provider,
Leo Regulus
Leo Regulus,
User Rank: Apprentice
10/20/2011 | 6:29:30 PM
re: Clouds Vs. Outsourcing: The Next Battleground
Regardless, lets use US based support !

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