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Barry Knaster, the Knaster Technology Group

2014: The Year of the Cloud

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So much confusion and contradiction exists regarding Cloud. It seems the more we learn the less we understand.
In the (slightly modified) words of Joni Mitchell:
I've looked at cloud from both sides now
From up and down, and still somehow
It's cloud illusions I recall
I really don't know cloud at all
It is time to discover firsthand the reality about cloud computing. In 2014, for the entire year , EVERYTHING our company does will be cloud based.
This includes Microsoft Dynamics GP, Dynamics CRM and Office 365.
The purpose: To post actual experiences (pros and cons) working exclusively in the cloud.
The outcome: TBD
Keep an eye out for future updates.  I sure hope it doesn't rain...
By:  The Knaster Technology Group, Colorado based Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.

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One Response to “2014: The Year of the Cloud”

  1. According to Gartner60% of Server workloads that will be virtualized by 2014, a staggering percentage, especially when compared to 2008, when only 12% of server workloads were virtualized. At year-end 2016, more than 50 percent of Global 1000 companies will have stored customer-sensitive data in the public cloud. Storing information in the cloud gives you almost unlimited storage capacity. Hence, you no more need to worry about running out of storage space or increasing your current storage space availability.