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Read the entire first issue of the Cloud Computing Knowledge Circle

by tapangarg on December 7, 2010

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We hope you’ve found our first edition of the Cloud Computing Knowledge Circle (CCKC) helpful and informative. It is our endeavor to present insights in the area of Cloud computing and demystifythe challenges for CIOs. We hope to bring you more examples of how Cloud computing is transforming organizations throughoutthe country; as well as knowledge that will help you harness Cloud computing.

Keep writing to us about what you’d like us to feature. For further information, feedback and suggestions on theCloud Computing Knowledge Circle, mail cckc@cioindia.org.

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  • L S Subramanian

    “The Future of Computing is the Cloud “, those of us who do not adopt the benefits of the Cloud will be the endagered species.
    Cloud servies have been accepted and adopted by the Business who are reaping the benefits and in many companies kept the CIO out of these decisions which is unfortunate.
    This is a good intiative to bring the CIO’s into the future of computing.

    • Anonymous

      I agree with you. Admittedly, I was a skeptic till about six months ago but now I firmly believe in the truly game-changing potential of the cloud.

  • Venu

    I do agree that Cloud computing is here to stay – but dont u think that it is more beneficial if
    1. u want to expand rapidly and Capex is an issue OR
    2. u are testing solutions and worried about ROI
    In an Indian context where cost of solution is often the deciding factor, I feel it might take some time before companies adopt this. ..
    …. maybe Iam being too pessimistic

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