Organisations are suffering from an information overload. However, the inherent agility of smaller businesses means that - with an effective cloud-based strategy - your firm can take a much tighter grip on its disparate data sources than might be possible in a large enterprise.
The Cloud is proving instrumental for big data processing, and spend continues to go up.
How do speech-to-text Natural Language Understanding (NLU) advantages run by systems administrators for users on the front end help manage cloud resources more effectively?
How integral is the Cloud to smaller businesses? Very.
The hype surrounding AI and machine learning is cacophonous - and small businesses hoping to take advantage of emerging technology might be fearful the cost will be even greater than the hysteria. But it doesn't have to be that way.
This infographic illustrates how much cloud investment has increased in the past few years and how much it continues to increase.
New regulations, such as the recently enacted GDPR, create significant concerns for managers but these rules cannot be ignored. By making a shift to the cloud, your business can develop a much tighter awareness of the information it holds and the location of that data.
Building security into a serverless environment