The evolving healthcare industry is forcing decision-makers to embrace new operational methods, as traditional practices cannot keep up with today's fast-paced needs.
While enterprises are beginning to embrace cloud computing technologies more frequently, a large number of organizations are not necessarily willing to completely abandon their existing IT infrastructure.
The number of uses for cloud computing technologies continues to grow as decision-makers embrace new and innovative operational strategies.
Business use of the cloud is relentless, driven by the need to improve reliability, scalability and agility.
Unified communications and cloud computing are converging, forcing decision-makers to get on board or risk not being able to meet demand.
Businesses today have opportunities to improve operations and reduce costs through the use of a broad range of innovative technologies.
As collaboration tools continue to make headway in the business world, decision-makers are moving the solutions to cloud computing environments.
Enterprises can experience financial and operational benefits after moving resources from the cloud, rather than updating old data center equipment.
The introduction of cloud computing to the business world has changed how decision-makers view the data center.
As business operations grow more complex, decision-makers will need to provide employees with technologies that support access to upcoming and existing services.
Finance executives who want their firms to be leaders will need to capitalize on Big Data sooner rather than later.