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    What is Cloud Computing?

    • This is Salesforce’s view of What is Cloud Computing?

      Running business applications needs: Datacentres, Office Space, Power, Cooling, Bandwidth, Networks, Servers & Storage; Complicated Software Stack and a team of experts to install, configure & run them all. Development, Testing, Staging & Failover environments.

      All this takes valuable IT & business resources to manage. True Cloud providers (beware the false cloud) manage all of this for businesses like yours so your business can worry about the important things, i.e. configuring it for your business processes and growing your business.

      Cloud computing enables the business to the plugin and starts using the software products on a pay as you go basis, this changes the financial justification from a Capital Expense to an Operational expense and also means you can start your project in minutes not months.

      There is so much more to add but I will close by saying “Don’t be scared of the Cloud, embrace it; at least keep your eye on the horizon because Cloud Computing is growing and it is NOT a Storm Cloud.”

      This is a reply to an excellent discussion piece from Kristina Kozlova on LinkedIn 

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