The cloud is in high demand for business units, which is pressuring IT departments to find the right services if they want to remain relevant.
The third era of enterprise IT, digitalization, is forcing companies to adjust their technological strategies.
Businesses that encourage the relationship between cloud computing and Big Data will find it easier to achieve success in 2014.
Understanding where cloud computing is positioned to go in 2014 will help organizations develop better projects.
Federal agencies are investing in Big Data and cloud computing technologies to improve their long-term decision-making capabilities.
Companies are no longer implementing only a single cloud to embrace Big Data and other critical IT projects.
The proliferation of cloud services is driving the need to leverage real-time Big Data analytics solutions.
Predictive analytic strategies are moving to cloud computing environments to improve efficiency.
Business teams are investing more in technological projects than IT departments.
Businesses are investing in cloud technologies due to the need to implement cost-effective and scalable architectures.
The United States Affordable Care Act and requirements outlined by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have forced health care industry participants to reduce treatment expenses.