ORGANISATIONS ARE increasingly using the cloud to host their applications, provide their software, supply their development environments, and myriad other services. And with the opportunity to supply a nice fat monthly bill to clients instead of a one-off payment, vendors are falling over themselves to be seen as the one-stop shop for everything cloud.
But which supplier best fits which type of business? Choosing the right vendor in the cloud space can be a minefield.
In this video, Joanna Smith, CIO at Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust (who describes the process of finding a good cloud vendor as "excuricatingly difficult") joins INQ's sister title Computing to discuss her experiences, and the wider issues around which cloud provides the best fit for which purpose.
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