Factors That Influence The Cloud Computing

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Recent decades has seen an immense evolution in Information Technology (IT) and has impacted not only on the technological sectors but also the socio-political and economic sectors. One of the archetype of this evolution that have gained momentum have been the cloud computing. With the cloud computing still in its infancy, the tremendous opportunity for the third sector organisation adopting cloud computing will help third sector organisation to decrease their cost in term of acquiring hardware, software and services. As issues with security, availability and service level agreement is concerned, the credibility of the cloud computing which have result of the lack of investment for third sector organisation. The main aims of this…show more content…
• To evaluate the overall use of cloud computing model. • To explore the benefit of adopting cloud computing in the third sector organisation. In order to achieved these objectives, a survey will be carried out in the hope that it will contribute to the understanding what factors influence the adoption of cloud computing by the third sector organisation and offer suggestions on how these factors could be mitigated. Justification The introduction of cloud computing have change the way many organisations have been thinking as what is considered to be ‘’our system’’ and ‘’our Data’’ which is no longer stored in a specific physical computers or disks but is rather on a conceptual system and location , which have evolved and diffuse geographically. A potential deduction is that it makes it harder to have every data under one roof or under control. So, as one of the major technology development, there is a potential concern amongst organisation adopting the cloud computing services and others factors that it may offer. To understand this factors that might limited the adoption of cloud computing, we must first look at the technical, economic perspectives. The research will try to address factors which might influence organisation and especially in the third sector such as performance and the running cost of cloud computing. The evaluation will be based upon previous research and the goal is to discern factors affecting, when possible
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