Cloud computing generated $100 billion in 2012, which is estimated to be $127 billion by 2017 and an impressive $500 billion by 2020. What was once an innovative technology of the future is now the standard way of doing business.
The challenge for companies is to leverage what still works well from
their in-house legacy infrastructure and augment that with a new cloudbased infrastructure to meet their future needs. Learn how to transition to advanced cloud usage and build a strong team for your
Published By: Riverbed
Published Date: Aug 22, 2014
The world’s largest organizations are adopting cloudbased infrastructure and services at a dizzying pace. Software as a service (SaaS) offerings such as Salesforce.com and Microsoft Office 365 are among the more popular cloud-based services. When moving services to the cloud, data centers are no longer local, so the end user experience can suffer. A poor or congested Internet connection between the user and the cloud service will mean sluggish application delivery that puts a damper on user productivity and ultimately threatens application usage.
Emid is a leading provider of managed ICT solutions and a pioneer of cloudbased
banking systems in Africa. Based in Pretoria, Emid began as part of a
major South African retail bank, providing core banking capabilities for other
financial providers, and was acquired in 2015 by EOH, the largest technology
service provider in Africa. Today, Emid provides managed services including networking,
infrastructure, and IT support for businesses across industry sectors,
as well as offering its C4 cloud-hosted, core-banking omni-channel platform.