ME enterprises not convinced of cloud value

ACN 100 panel discussion shows questions remain around cloud roll out

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2694 days ago
V Devanand Rao

I fully agree with the comments made by Mr.Arun Tiwary. Unless there is gaurentee abt data , security, availability in given time frame .. etc and the most importent is finalising the SLA with each user, the cloude is still in its bigning stage of meturity.

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2697 days ago
Bharat Jashanmal

I was not surprised to read that ME Enterprises are not convinced of the value of 'cloud', since historically ME Enterprises (with very few exceptions) have been slow to embrace developments in technology, and then end up playing 'catch-up'!

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2698 days ago
sohid

There is real value that cloud offers. However the delivery model has a long way to go before it matures and inspires confidence. The cloud service provider also is not proving as efficient or responsive or being able to solve problems as readily as the traditional service providers and as long as this happens enterprises will always view cloud with suspicion, as an artificial hype from vendors simply to open up new revenue streams.

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2701 days ago
Vinod Mehra

Enterprise are not convinced about the cloud computing is a misnomer. Change is always difficult and not many have the will to do so. But on the flip side very soon in next 9/12 months we will see numerous cloud initiatives successful and not so successful and thereafter it will be like opening a a flood gate.

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