Indianapolis, IN, July 12, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Topics covered In Cloud Computing 101 by James Michelson from Schooner Press include local versus cloud computing, the three types of cloud computing systems, the four types of cloud computing services and a comparison of how they relate to any organization. There are detailed sections on cost and security issues that every member of the leadership team should consider. From basic software as a service to enterprise level systems Cloud Computing 101 dissects the key information executives need to understand.
The goal of this work is simple – to understand the modern way to use those glowing boxes that clutter desks, fill briefcases and stuff pockets. The content is based on decades of global sales calls, information technology projects and proposals for both public and private sector clients. These efforts have laid bare the substantial gaps in the information technology knowledge base of many decision makers in virtually every vertical. This book will help fill those gaps.
The first belief that most executives have and that must be immediately dispelled is that the situation of their firm or their position is unique. It’s not. Just accept that fact and let’s move on. In any industry from for profits to quasi-governmental agencies the organization needs to generate revenue, provide goods or services and maintain clients or constituents while satisfying stakeholders. There are no exceptions. Every enterprise has the exact same challenges to overcome and they are universal.
There are no hidden agendas in the content of this work and the conclusions are based on lessons learned from Fortune 5000, critical infrastructure facilities, sport authorities, sovereign states and the worlds’ 1% from their mega yachts to their personal residences. The industry has reached the inescapable conclusion that with very few exceptions computing power will return to its roots and be executed at centralized locations. This change is already well underway and may be over before many users realize the consequences and opportunity costs. The cloud that your data accesses may be sending proprietary information globally, but that device in your hand and on your desk will not, and should not, be doing the heavily lifting.
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