Why Cloud Computing Is Here to Stay
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While energy prices and CPU power consumption are out of the control reducing operating expense by optimizing amount of labor needed to perform day-to-day maintenance, upgrades and provisioning of the new equipment. Let's take a look at where the data center dollars go. Costs associated with server management and administration have certainly been on a rise. When meeting with clients, particularly in healthcare, one is no longer surprised to hear about 4-5 month lead time to provision a server just for the development. In an age where company's ability to launch new products and solutions ahead of the competition this kind of service is a drag. Successful companies must learn how to reduce time of product delivery to market, start and pilot projects with low start up costs.