How cloud computing is changing the world... without knowing you
The improvement of the standards of health care to reduce the carbon footprint, the cloud is at the wheel of a quiet revolution
When it comes to new technologies, it is a phrase that has attracted more controversy than others: cloud computing. Two words that have led many debates, caused many arguments in computer services, and more often as well, we would like to admit, have left many in the industry deeply confused.
But the interest has continued to increase and many organizations have moved elements of their computer in the cloud. We also took the habit of the idea of storing personal data in the cloud, be it via Dropbox, the iCloud or even Facebook.
But it says really part of history.
Until now, cloud computing is, for the most part, been used to speed up and reduce the costs of existing processes. As Henry Ford said: "If I had asked my customers what they wanted, they would have said a faster horse.". It is only now, that cloud travel grows more mature, we can begin to see the full potential to transform business models and work practices.
We enter in what became known as the mobile era / cloud. Our thinking is shaped by several key areas: the need for flexible it infrastructure, the emergence of major analyzes of data and the increase in mobile use. But how can we use these ideas to help organizations improve not only but to transform their internal processes? Just like email rendered obsolete memo, cloud computing is to have an impact on the way we do business, providing a competitive advantage to organizations audacious enough to outside of the accepted.
Frimley Park Hospital, for example, is a foundation NHS Trust serving over 400,000 people throughout the region. With budget cuts begin to bite, the hospital looked to innovate its computer systems in order to save money without affecting front line services. Thanks to the cloud, Frimley Park staff are now able to access all the clinical records of tablets, which means patients experience an increased level of care one-by-one. In addition, economies that this means that the organization is able to push more resources into care to patients rather than tie its back-office maintenance.
And in the private sector, companies such as Betfair online games society use the cloud to ensure they stay ahead of their competitors and can offer new exciting options for its established clientele. These days customers are used to having instant and mobile access to the latest odds as well as the possibility to bet on a play and to receive information in real time. Without the cloud, that would be impossible. For Betfair, the cloud technology is essential that the organization seeks to respond quickly to the events of the market, the creation, and deployment of new applications in time to capitalize on a key trend.
WorldPay, one of the online payment providers, has also benefited from cloud computing technologies. Time has always been a precious commodity for companies, and now, with the world moving at a faster pace than ever, it worth has increased exponentially. Companies must be able to launch the application quickly and take advantage of the lucrative market opportunities. By moving its infrastructure for the WorldPay cloud was able to offer customers self-service provisioning, or in simple terms, the ability to instantly add a payment method to their service.
Coverage plays a vital role in ensuring employees are kept in constant contact -methods of work have been transformed as the cloud allows new and more effective forms of collaboration. Technology is no longer a "nice-to-have" but is an essential part of the infrastructure of any organization. " We see more and more businesses relying on mobile devices as the era of "office work" draws to a close.
In fact, the trend is so important to workers that more than a third said they would leave their jobs if have said that they could not use their mobile device for work purposes. In this spirit, almost half officials computer have said that they would be the design of systems and policies this year to allow employees to mobile data access.
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