Cloud: The Global Transformation

Mohammed, Irfan and Asharul, Islam and Khalid, Mohiuddin and Hashim, Al-Kabashi (2103) Cloud: The Global Transformation. In: 2013 International Conference on Cloud & Ubiquitous Computing & Emerging Technologies.

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In the world of today, Information Technology is changing and evolving continuously for driving business and personal needs. with the emerging interest in cloud computing, more and more business or individuals are looking not only migrate them but also to transform services and applications for resource rich competencies; are provided through cloud platforms; develop the new business era that facilitates by cloud transformation. Transformation can be referred to as a phenomenon, a process, a state or a concept. It represents the technological transformation in the dynamic process and the world is changing, adapting to external or internal forces. Organizations have been made investing their capital in developing IT infrastructure; further on maintenance, up-gradations of hardware, software and to improve their services. Cloud based transformation is an approach for creating new service-centric technology, cost-effective, agile and flexible. IT service model by switching from company-owned IT infrastructure and services to pay-per use business model. It leverages the latest trends in cloud computing technology and next generation SaaS, IaaS, PaaS models. This approach will help to achieve desired business agility and guarantee quality-of-services through emerging Global Cloud Transformation System (GCTS). We will illustrate the cost-benefit analysis of lean IT transformation approach in enterprise collaboration scenario to Cloud Global Transformation (CGT).

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Computer
Computer Engineering
Computer Networks and Communications Engineering
Computer Sciences
Computer Sciences and Information Systems
Divisions: College of Computer Sciences > Computer Sciences
College of Computer Sciences > Information Systems
Depositing User: Mr Mohammed Irfan
Date Deposited: 27 Apr 2017 09:15
Last Modified: 27 Apr 2017 09:15

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