Using the cloud to address post-pandemic business challenges
Although the Covid-19 pandemic is in its aftermath stage, the impact it had is irreversible. The office-bound world we once knew has changed, seeing remote and hybrid workforces become the reality. Similarly, online customer engagement has become the norm, and in a world that is evolving so quickly, it’s no surprise that 83% claim that business finance and accounting have become infinitely more complex.
How to approach cloud compliance monitoring
Failure to meet compliance requirements can result in expulsion from industry groups, hefty fines and, at worst, prosecution. Compliance monitoring is a critical practice, both on premises and in the cloud.
Compliance monitoring encompasses areas from the database to the network, and tasks from application updates to incident response. To build a cloud compliance monitoring strategy, first understand the regulations or standards that affect your business. Then, implement monitoring practices and tools based on your specific compliance requirements and the cloud platforms in use.
Ahead In The Cloud: The Force Behind The Digital Revolution
The next time you’re listening to your favorite Apple Music playlist, consider the technology that’s making it possible for you to listen to whatever you want, wherever you want. It’s thanks to cloud computing that we can access vast libraries of digitized music through a system that connects a global network of remote servers, which in turn host huge amounts of data.
The future of cloud: Tech predictions for 2022 and beyond
Cloud infrastructure has evolved to a place where we are seeing all parts of the cloud reach practically anywhere on the planet—and even into space.
The cloud has allowed what was once science fiction to become science fact. Models and techniques in the artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) realm have gotten better and better—so much so that we see glimpses of new kinds of use cases emerging that we previously only imagined in movies and comics.
5 tips for creating a captivating SAP Analytics Cloud dashboard
Organizations using the SAP Analytics Cloud solution to drive augmented planning often face numerous challenges when designing the ideal dashboard. This is usually because of rigid delivery deadlines and a long list of requirements. These needed essentials do not leave professionals with much time to conduct appropriate user research, making it challenging to determine if the dashboard is efficient, user-friendly, and compelling for the end-user.
Managing Cloud: Why to Keep a Data Center Mentality
Scalability and agility, the ability to avoid long-term capitalizations of hardware and software, and efficiency have all been reasons why companies have moved more IT to the cloud. This has prompted industry analysts like Forrester’s Tracy Woo to say, “It’s well understood using cloud is necessary to stay competitive. The question most are weighing is when and should we be moving all of our workloads to the cloud?”
Using Cloud Economics To Model The Value Of Multi-Cloud
To no one’s surprise, Gartner forecasted spending on cloud computing to grow in 2021 by 23.1%, and the infrastructure portion of the market to grow by 38.4%. On the face of it, cloud computing is a low cost, fast way to build applications.
6 cloud security trends to watch for in 2022
It’s fascinating to take a step back and look at how “the cloud” developed over the last two decades. There has been a lot of innovation that has sparked a new wave of technologies – from the boom in serverless technologies (allowing firms to scale and build platforms at speeds never seen before) to the evolution of cloud automation security.
Hybrid cloud: 4 trends to watch in 2022
Hybrid cloud figures prominently as companies continue to accelerate their digital transformation plans. Cloud experts share four key issues for IT leaders.
If you’re pressed for time, here’s a one-word executive summary of where hybrid cloud is headed in 2022: Everywhere.
How cloud computing is facilitating Saudi’s medical research
King Abdullah International Medical Research Centre’s deployment of Oracle Cloud has allowed for more efficient data management, processing, integration and analysis.
While emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning are playing an important role in the advancement of medical research, they are data-heavy and require a more complex digital infrastructure.
Top Cloud Security Trends 2022
Enterprise cloud use cases are changing and expanding, and companies are now realizing new security challenges that need to be resolved. Cloud security solutions can include everything from new security tools to more advanced training to investing in new team strategies. See the tops trends cloud security experts are seeing in the market:
5 Cloud Networking Trends for 2022
The rapid adoption of cloud services is driving enterprise customers to move their business-crucial applications and workloads into the cloud rather than on-premises and private data centers. Enterprise customers are starting to transform their WAN architecture to cloud-based networking. This change is driven by distributed and remote connectivity needs.
Cloud forecast for 2022 – increase in digital connectivity
As the world spins towards 2022, it is clear that the new year will see our reliance on cloud technologies becoming more vital than ever before. Advances with the cloud and its offerings will significantly impact how the coming year takes shape. Our crystal ball reveals an opportunity to forecast trends and grasp developments already taking shape. Here are five trends I expect to see in 2022.
How are Organizations Doing with Cloud?
No one doubts the value of cloud computing, but it doesn’t mean that cloud services providers can’t improve performance. How can they make life for their enterprise clients easier? Enterprises continue to flock to the cloud, anxious to eliminate huge capital expenses in data centers — but should we demand more from cloud providers?
Digital demand sets cloud computing on course for next stage
Although cloud computing has been pervasive for the best part of two decades, investment in its infrastructure by big companies remains sluggish, as many industries cling on to old technologies.