The biggest difficulty in explaining the power of enterprise cloud solutions is that “Cloud” is the biggest naming failure in the history of computing. Clouds are fleeting and don't last long. Clouds are vague and unclear. Clouds hide what should be visible. Clouds are unpredictable. How can you trust a "cloud" to be secure and reliable?
Templafy Co-Founder, Christian Lund, sat down with tech blogger, Neil C. Hughes (otherwise known as the Tech Blog Writer), to discuss how cloud technology can reinvent the document creation process. Neil talks to some of the biggest names in the tech industry about the latest tech trends that span across many different industries. Forbes named his podcasts as 1 of 15 "inspiring podcasts for professionals of every stripe" and he has millions of listeners from around 160 countries.
So, you are thinking about migrating to the cloud, migrating applications to cloud or migrating data to cloud – or even downsizing your data center and putting some or all your infrastructure there. But you have one big concern: security.
To build or buy software, that is the unavoidable question that underpins so many areas of business technology - from chatbots to websites, apps to newsletters. It’s also a question that any growing or evolving business cannot escape when it comes to upgrading their IT infrastructure; particularly as employees are creating and consuming more and more content by the day.
For years, marketing and tech experts have been predicting the end of email. It hasn’t happened yet, and it seems increasingly unlikely it ever will. In fact, just the opposite is occurring. Look at today’s email marketing stats and you’ll see that email is flourishing, growing faster than predicted.
By the middle of this year, it is expected that 80% of all IT budgets will be committed to cloud solutions. Launched in 2010, Microsoft Azure is one of the biggest commercial cloud infrastructures to date, recording growth in the triple digits. Companies in a variety of different industries, from BMW to Coca Cola, have migrated to the cloud using Microsoft's Azure service.
We all can relate to real life examples of "unwritten covenants" – you know, those responsibilities that friends and family place on you without you knowing if you ever agreed to it, like making a salad for a friend’s dinner party or babysitting your niece or nephew when your sibling decides they want to live a little. We don’t necessarily agree to these things, but they happen anyway and it’s understood that they need to happen to maintain a happy relationship.