Separating Cloud Computing from Hot Air

Presented by

Roger Bearpark, Assistant Head of ICT, London Borough of Hillingdon

About this talk

It seems that just about any vendor has a cloud solution that is the must have for your business. Offering innovation, functionality and performance at a price that will turn ICT decision makers into super heros. The public sector, under pressure to accommodate massive budget reductions, seems to be a particular target for cold callers with nothing more than hot air to offer. But is there really an advantage to operating in the cloud and how do you find where that advantage is?

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