Cloud Computing : The Future Trend Of Development Of The It Industry

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Cloud technology innovation is emerging as one of the most popular issue for most IT practitioners and cloud computing is thought of as the future trend of development of the IT industry. According to Stanoevska (2010), enterprises should have an IT infrastructure that can reform itself rapidly to new business priorities. Cloud computing technologies, such as Cloud mail, Cloud platform and Cloud software services, provide an efficient work platform for enterprises. At the same time, Carling (2011) puts forward potential problematic issues in terms of the security of cloud computing. The future of enterprise cloud computing becomes increasingly controversial. Nevertheless, enterprises should base their future framework for Information and…show more content…
It means that companies can acquire all computing resources by cloud computing, such as hardware, software and storage. Computer resources could be provided to the public and the enterprise through the Internet, this way is similar to other utilities such as gas and electricity. Therefore, using cloud computing is an effective and convenient way to obtain computer resources for enterprises in the future. One of the reasons why cloud computing should be future framework for enterprise ICT is that cloud computing has been widely used in operations of enterprises and there will be applied more in the future. Shroff (2010) indicates that large companies have come to rely on information technology to run their increasingly sophisticated business operations in last few years. Each successive technology ‘revolution’ promise tremendous gains, cloud computing promises to fundamentally revolutionize the way enterprise IT run. One kind of cloud technology application in enterprises is cloud-based email. As technologies become more mobile, employees want to be able to access their email everywhere to allow for mobile responses and flexible work schedules. More and more companies are transitioning to a cloud-based email model where they cannot only make messaging systems available to a more mobile and flexible workforce,
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