The Forecast Calls for Cloud Computing – Part One

General Business

November 17, 2011
by Robert Cedergren, CPA, CGMA, CITP, CISA, CISSP, CISM, CGEIT, CCSFP, Kenneth Kortas, CPA

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The newest buzzword is here to stay. What you should know before taking full advantage of the latest business solution.

Keeping up with capacity and capabilities is a constant IT balancing act, one that comes with investments in personnel, infrastructure, and software licensing. Cloud computing has quickly become the solution-of-the-moment, offering cost reductions, flexibility, and efficiencies. Organizations should consider using cloud computing, but they must also understand its usefulness and be aware of potential pitfalls. This two-part series explores the benefits and risks that come with cloud computing.


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