Cloud Computing – Pros and Cons – Sweeny Legal

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Delivering an Integrated Infrastructure for the Cloud

Cloud computing has emerged as one of the prevailing IT trends today. By providing greater levels of provisioning and automation, cloud computing can help organizations become more nimble, reduce operating costs, improve application performance, and better allocate their compute resources. It enables organizations to more flexibly scale their IT infrastructure while reducing the administrative burden on IT organizations.

But IT departments determined to take advantage of these benefits are at risk of losing control of their infrastructure. How to meet this challenge head-on, enabling organizations to simplify their IT infrastructure, reduce their management burden, and streamline operating costs?

Read more:

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Please contact Sweeny Legal  or Brandsworth Licensing should you require any assistance with any navigating Cloud storage risk management advice or any Intellectual Property (IP) rights, Commercial Agreements of any type or IP Business and Commercial Strategies.

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