Moving applications to the cloud requires decision-makers to think about how the hosted landscape will change solutions.
While the private sector is often recognized for its ongoing transition to the cloud, a similar movement is happening within public agencies.
As the overall cloud computing market matures and disrupts a larger portion of the IT industry, business decision-makers are beginning to recognize its potential.
Businesses of all sizes are pursuing cloud computing partnerships to embrace sophisticated tools that will give them a competitive advantage.
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.
Daryl Morey, an MIT graduate and managing director of basketball operations for the Houston Rockets, spoke at the event, claiming that big data has made a home for itself in athletics.