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Home > News & Views > Articles > Moving your data centre to the Cloud
Most companies have already been through a first phase of driving cost efficiency in their IT infrastructure, taking measures such as consolidating into fewer (or one) global data centres, and outsourcing infrastructure operations. However – according to the hype, at least – The Cloud (or infrastructure as a service, IaaS) promises to offer a whole new wave of cost reductions, efficiency savings, and service improvements, but probe just a little deeper, and some big questions quickly become apparent.
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There is lots of hype around Cloud, and confusion between public and private Clouds and what they can offer. But navigate that successfully, and there are some genuine and exciting benefits to be realised by migrating data centre operations to a Cloud-based approach.
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