Tag: IT architecture

Computing, Data Management

Traditional architecture still has a place in the cloud

July 1, 2022

Via: Info World

As so many enterprises confidently add an “s” to their “year” of experience in cloud computing, some traditional IT architecture concepts are beginning to pop back up. These concepts can make or break a cloud deployment, but they’re largely forgotten […]

Computing, Data Management

More evidence we’re in a multicloud world

November 5, 2021

Via: Info World

Use of single or private cloud has trended downward from 29% in 2019 to only 2% in 2021. This comes from a recent IBM study. In case you think I was burying the lead, this leads to the logical conclusion […]

Computing, Data Management, Hardware

Big storage meets cloud in the datacentre ‘as-a-service’ revolution

January 16, 2020

Via: Computer Weekly

About a decade ago, the future looked set to be dominated by cloud storage and the cloud providers. The location of compute and storage was all set to be off-site – in the cloud – where it was easy to […]

Challenges, Cloud Computing, Trends

How should businesses respond to the security challenges of multi-cloud?

April 6, 2018


More and more, hybrid multi-cloud is generally accepted to be the IT architecture of the future. Only multi-cloud offers the flexibility, the scalability and the security benefits that modern businesses demand. But a decision to embrace a multi-cloud-first strategy is […]