Gartner predicts the worldwide public cloud services market will grow 18% in 2017 to $246.8B, up from $209.2B in 2016. There are many clear benefits to adopting cloud services - but many organizations are still apprehensive to migrating to the cloud.
Printing has become seemingly less important as businesses move towards a paperless existence. Still, printing is an integral part of operating an enterprise. Cloud computing and storage have innovated almost every other aspect of business, and printing is the next frontier.
More and more companies are seeing the benefit of moving to the cloud, and for good reason. Cloud technology offers many benefits to better suit agile enterprises to spearhead digital transformation and keep their company competitive in the ever changing business environment.
It is imperative to design an agile IT architecture to prepare for fast-paced changes in the business landscape. Digital transformation has brought forth a need to be hyper respondent to the needs of our customers - which include rapid deployment of innovative products, services, and software.
As we discussed in one of our latest blogs; 20 theories about the future of IT, the Cloud is now ranking very high on the agenda of IT... but also in a Business Architect's Agenda.
The new year has arrived and now is a good time to get familiar with the CIOs’ key strategic priorities and concerns they have in mind for 2017. The Nomura Holdings CIO Survey does just this by examining their budget priorities for this cycle.
Discussions about the cloud tend to polarize. Some only see the risks to security and privacy, while some suppliers, on the other hand, sell the cloud as a cure-all for all IT issues. It is time to take an objective look at the pros and cons and how Enterprise Architecture (EA) can help you succeed in the age of the cloud.