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No one group has all the expertise needed to create a perfect cloud environment – it needs expertise in application behaviour, datacentre design, network and machine virtualisation, wide area networking and so much more. Getting this all working together calls for collaboration, and the CloudEthernet Forum is the way to do it, says CEF President, James Walker

Thursday, 19 December 2013 14:55

Why you need to rip up the CIO rulebook now



In this exclusive extract from his new book Matt Graham-Hyde Chief Information Officers (CIO) at Kantar explains why CIOs need to radically change their business strategies when they adopt cloud rather than trying to fit cloud into their current strategies



Gavan Egan, Vice President for Cloud Services, at Verizon Enterprise Solutions looks back at 2013 and makes some predictions for what’s going to happen to the cloud market in 2014



Paulo Rosado CEO of new-to-the-UK platform as a service business OutSystems, explains what he thinks 2014 will hold and what were the big advances in 2013

Saturday, 11 January 2014 17:00

Predicting the cloud in 2014

Stefan Haase, Product Director at Cloud and IT services provider, InTechnology discusses what’s going to happen to the cloud market in 2014

Friday, 10 January 2014 15:40

Predicting 2014 for cloud


Abiquo’s Vice President of Products Ian Finlay’s looks back at some of the big issues in 2013 and discusses what’s going to happen to the cloud market in 2014


Alex Ball, UK & Ireland Manager of virtualisation data protection business Veeam looks at strategies for backing up and more importantly restoring your data with a private cloud infrastructure


Technology and business journalist Graham Jarvis interviews converged cloud infrastructure expert and CTO EMEA of VCE, Nigel Moulton, and asks him whether its matters whether organisations have an open source or proprietary cloud infrastructure.

Saturday, 13 October 2012 06:59

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Welcome to Cloud Computing Intelligence (CCi), the magazine and web/digital resource for the UK Cloud computing community. One thing is for sure, today Cloud computing is a burgeoning niche. As the sector moves from hypemode to the attainment of real business benefits, there is a need for an independent, impartial, and comprehensive resource for knowledge that ensures businesses make the correct decisions as they incorporate Cloud computing solutions.  

Our role is to educate and promote the need for the adoption of Cloud computing strategies.


Cloud computing is becoming
vital for businesses 

However, many people get hung up on the obvious aspects of the use of Cloud computing solutions,namely the cost savings and ROI that can be achieved, and the flexibility and agility inherent in the incorporation of Cloud computing strategies and treating IT as a service. 

What CCi Magazine and its sister website www.cloudcomputingintelligence.com do is focus beyond these obvious advantages, and look in addition at the way that Cloud computing can reshape business processes, and open up new, innovative, and disruptive business opportunities. While cost advantages and agility in the use of IT will be stage one drivers behind the incorporation of Cloud computing solutions, it is the stimulation of innovation and the strategic business case that will be the medium- to long-term catalysts around which the Cloud computing revolution will develop. Cloud computing allows business to focus on its core competencies. Most, if not all, interested enterprises did not go into business to build data centres!

CCi Magazine and www.cloudcomputingintelligence.com are targeted at the definitive audience of interested CEOs, CIO, and CTOs, all of whom have been located and qualified not just because of their interest in Cloud computing solutions, but because they have registered the fact that they are actively using Cloud computing or have a budget in place for its imminent incorporation in their enterprises. This highly targeted audience is CCis key strength, and indeed is the critical aspect you need to consider when looking to spend your marketing budget. 

CCi and www.cloudcomputingintelligence.comhave expended months and months and significant capital in securing this audience of active prospects, ensuring that you will receive great ROI on your marketing spend.

Our mission is to overcome the hype and the information overload that surrounds the subject of Cloud computing, and present a clear, concise and compelling case for the use of Cloud computing across business in the UK and Europe. In addition, we tailor the information not just for large multi-nationals that have moved or are moving into the Cloud computing arena, but also at the SMEs that can benefit hugely from the opportunities that Cloud computing offer, and who between them represent a massive market for suppliers of Cloud computing technologies and services.


Scott Colman
Publishing Director


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