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Category: Data management
10 October, 2012
Although many business managers understand some of the advantages of the cloud, moving their data management to an external, invisible storage system is still a very daunting prospect.
It raises many questions for them - who owns the information? Can anybody access it? How can I trust my data management provider?
The biggest setback for many companies is uncertainty.
However, what is important to remember is that it is not people or morals that have changed - it is simply the technology.
"The cloud is not a new technology phenomenon, but it does signify a fundamental shift in behaviour. In a knowledge economy, this behaviour change represents nothing less than an industrial revolution," Ron Tolido, business expert, says.
Fighting cloud computing could stop your business from having huge financial and social growth.
Companies can not reap the benefits of big data if they do not welcome it.
"We can’t expect the cloud to support greater collaboration, or spark innovation, if businesses don’t fully understand," Mr Tolido says.
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Posted by Paulie Phillips