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Gigi3
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1/8/2015 | 3:17:41 AM
Re: Cloud & Big Data for 2015
" I think this is a good argument for the hybrid approach.  If you are doing business internationally or moving data between international sites a hybrid approach makes sense in terms of availability, legal compliance and ease of shifting your data around. "

saneIT, how it can supplement to legal compliance. It can be vary from country to country  and how hybrid environment can resolve such data governing issues.
SaneIT
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1/7/2015 | 7:36:34 AM
Re: Cloud & Big Data for 2015
If a hybrid solution lets them get at least some of their resources out into the cloud I'm all for the new push toward hybrid solutions.  This is the way I went from the start as well.  I put things that are easy to manage, easy to re-create and fit well into public clouds out into public space. The things that would have taken years to move I kept in house and as those products mature parts of them are slowly moving into the public space as well.
batye
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1/6/2015 | 1:12:28 PM
Re: Cloud & Big Data for 2015
yes, you are right...
Ashu001
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1/6/2015 | 12:47:24 PM
Re: Cloud & Big Data for 2015
bateye,

It once again comes down to the following-

Is IT a Cost-Centre or a Profit Centre?

Once Your CEOs and CFOs can make that distinction effectively everything else falls in place.

 
batye
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1/6/2015 | 12:44:35 PM
Re: Cloud & Big Data for 2015
yes, but the quality and everything else get affected... one way or other...
Ashu001
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1/6/2015 | 12:40:02 PM
Re: Cloud & Big Data for 2015
SaneIT,

Agreed.

That one little system which you talk about also ensures that nobody is going to be 100% Cloud oriented either.

There will always be that Little something which they want in-house.

But one never knows;some might see a Business case for keeping everything related to that system or touching that system inhouse instead.

 
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1/6/2015 | 12:37:20 PM
Re: Cloud & Big Data for 2015
bateye,

Fair enough statement to make today.

Everyone just is desperate to do more and more and more with Lower Budgets.

So IT Departments somehow or the other have to squeeze out more value from what they have on the Table today.

Which they are trying to achieve with a lot of desperation currently.
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1/5/2015 | 7:22:42 AM
Re: Cloud & Big Data for 2015
@Gigi3, I think this is a good argument for the hybrid approach.  If you are doing business internationally or moving data between international sites a hybrid approach makes sense in terms of availability, legal compliance and ease of shifting your data around. 
Gigi3
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1/5/2015 | 2:43:22 AM
Re: Increased automation
"Here's the whole problem(as I see it)-This constant change leaves a lot of ordinary folks unsettled in IT with not everybody ready and willing to make the constant changes neccessary to keep up with the relentless pace of change causing them to feel left out. However,that does'nt mean they are completely Useless-No way!"

Asish, IT is like "No gain- No pain way". I know some old peoples are still in IT with documentation works. Once they are good in programming with Fortran, Lotus etc; but failed to switch the talent with market trends.
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1/5/2015 | 2:40:44 AM
Re: Increased automation
"Its important to spend time re-training them so as to enable them to their job effectively enough. I know its easier(in the short-term) to Hire someone who's trained just for the Job but this Constant attrition ends up destroying Company Culture (&Employee Loyalty)entirely in the Long-term."

Asish, continuous skill updation and trainings are very much required in engineering sector, especially with IT. Technologies are changing very frequently and we have to update with the latest one; otherwise we may out from the industry without any other reason
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