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10/31/2014 | 12:07:35 AM
Yes it can
I think you make some great arguents for cloud, but I tink cost reduction alone can be the only factor. it has been enough todrive addotion of other technologies in the past, why not now. 
User Rank: Light Sabre
10/30/2014 | 2:16:35 PM
"The connectivity revolution enables corporate businesses to take advantage of increasingly dispersed networks as corporations continue to grow in size and geographical coverage. For distributed enterprises, competitive advantage is no longer about a single core capability. It is the collective knowledge of the company to induce service innovation and create new business opportunities. Collaborative tools such as application-sharing and video conferencing are increasingly becoming an integral part of enterprise communications, weaving into the fabric of the organization."


The collaborating power over hybrid clouds is the one that moves me the most. Most offshore companies have difficulty in sharing data (because some of them are real time data and if not supplied in real time, the data loses value) with the parent company, and uploading them into one proper cloud system would ensure that the real time data is delivered in real time. However, a cloud system has its problems of internal security. What kinds of accesses will employees have and what kind of information would leak out as a result of whistle blowing (since anybody can take in the data)?

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