6. October 2010 09:03
Much like energy providers reduce the need for customers to generate their own electricity, utility computing allows organizations to pay only for the technology resources they need, without the risks and capital costs of purchasing and maintaining a complex IT network.
Certainly, the cloud computing "buzz" is spreading. Unfortunately, so is the number of IT consulting firms that are arbitrarily throwing cloud computing solutions into their service offerings – without the prerequisite experience or expertise.
From remote pc solutions to remote pc support, it seems that everyone’s getting in on the “cloud” game.
Taking a Test Run in the Cloud
In an earlier post, we suggested a few steps to take when choosing a computer service provider. One of the most important steps is to ask for a trial of the solution.
Xvand Technology Corporation recently joined some of today’s top cloud computing providers in helping small business executives determine what to test when considering a cloud computing solution.
You can read the complete article at Inc. Magazine’s website: Take Test Run in the Cloud >>.
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