Service provision and partnerships will drive mass cloud adoption
Partnerships are still at the heart of business success a cloud panel was told today at Capacity Europe.
According to one of the panellists at today’s Capacity Europe Cloud discussion over 60% of present US corporates are actively discussing moving to cloud technology. Anthony
The panellists agreed that cloud was pushing fundamental reforms in how organisations organise their businesses with cloud now being a natural starting point as opposed to what it has been until recently – a poor relation. The key issue
Michael Wheeler, executive vice president NTT Communications said: “All major providers are able to provide almost 100% uptime but we have to be realistic – I live in Seattle and we still have power cuts sometimes."
Layne Levine, chief revenue officer, GTT said: “There are still going to be old stalwarts who hold out on cloud enablement but now the question is – how do you securely connect to the data centre and that depends on how secure your partners make the entire network – it is all about partnerships - they become even more important in the cloud era.”
Taig Khris, CEO and founder of Onoffapp said : “It is an anachronism that we hold SIM card data on the phone – soon all that data will be in the cloud and operator response times to customer needs will be slashed – that is the game changer.”