An Introduction to Cloud Computing

19th August 2012

Traditional business applications and platforms can be complicated and expensive, requiring complex software, servers, storage, technical support etc.

Cloud computing offers businesses a way of managing their data, hardware and software requirements online, as a service rather than as products. This workshop will offer an introduction to how business applications, documents, emails, customer information, etc can all be managed externally 'in the cloud' the available options, the pros&cons, and how to evaluate the available solutions. Book Your Place Now -

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