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In 2014, the Clinical Information Systems (CIS) segment accounted for the largest share of the North American Healthcare Cloud Computing market, by application; the private cloud segment accounted for the largest share of the healthcare and life sciences cloud computing market, by deployment model and the Software-as-a-service (SaaS) segment accounted for the largest share of healthcare and life sciences cloud computing market.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Strategic Analysis of the Brazilian Companies Investments in ICT, based on a survey of 313 Brazilian companies, tries to understand the current adoption of and interest in information and communication technologies (ICT) such as security, cloud computing, mobility, big data analytics, telecom services and unified communication solutions.
The executives said cloud computing business has begun budding this year and will thrive next year.
Furthermore, cloud computing appears to be generating a lot of interest both within the academia and the industry as the number of workshops, symposia and conferences on cloud are on the increase.
The report begins with the brief introduction defining cloud computing with its key characteristics followed by a brief overview on the historical evolution of cloud computing.
Cloud computing can offer a really flexible system that can meet a company's needs without constantly having to pay for more software,' said Dell EMEA emerging markets cloud computing lead Kevin Harris.
Cloud computing can offer a really flexible system that can meet a company's needs without constantly having to pay for more software," said Dell EMEA emerging markets cloud computing lead Kevin Harris.
The study also expects that the volume of world income from cloud computing services exceeded $16 billion and it is expected to reach $55.
Cloud computing has both positive and negative information security implications for federal agencies.
Cloud Computing will eventually be what we all use, there's no getting away that it is truly the next big thing, the biggest downside to it at the moment is our connectivity, our access to the internet and the speeds and downtime we are currently receiving, this however is continually getting upgraded and getting faster and more stable
According to Andrew Milroy, who was recently appointed Frost & Sullivan's vice-president of ICT research for the Asia-Pacific, a great way to simplify the concept of cloud computing is to list the key attributes of cloud computing using non-technical terminology that non-IT specialists can understand.
Cloud computing uses the Internet to make computing resources - such as applications and storage - available to users, regardless of where they are located.
Summary: ABU DHABI -- Etisalat has taken the first step towards understanding and sharing knowledge about this Cloud computing and investing time, energy and resources to ride on the trend, said Abdulla Hashim, Senior Vice President, ICT, Etisalat.
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CLOUD COMPUTING IS THE current IT buzz phrase being tossed around as the next "big thing" that will propel businesses to newfound success.