How to Survive in the Cloud
IDC forecasts that SaaS market will grow to $40.5 billion by 2014. The growth is encouraging – particularly for those who are planning to adopt or have already adopted cloud computing.
However, for those who insist on relying on traditional business apps, the end is near; the sign of times are there; you have no choice: Jump into the bandwagon or be left behind. Almost every service and sector has been ‘cloudified’ – e-signature in insurance sector, learning in the cloud in education sector, cloud-connectivity in automotive, and so on.
This cloud computing infographic published by Salesworks can give you the big picture of what is going on with the cloud in the business world – and what the cloud can offer you better vs. the traditional business applications.
Via Visual.ly – published by Salesworks
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