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Vendors chalk out big plans for cloud computing
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Feb '10
During the global recession, IT organizations looked at innovative approaches of using process automation, virtualization and cloud-computing to leverage from best available technology to address the highly dynamic and volatile business needs.

They are meant for reducing the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) as well as cost of operation and maintenance (OPEX) of IT functions drastically in a break through manner.

Cloud computing is a logical evolution and innovated version of Information Technology delivered from a popular web enabled (Internet based) world to the entire business world and social community.

The fascinating part of this process is that, organizations can pay to cloud vendor on a pay as you go basis or pay per user or pay per transaction.

Big game plans are already under way by cloud vendors to make cloud computing environment viable for every piece of technology, application, tool and hosting environment in an integrated and secured manner.

The biggest unique selling point (USP) of cloud computing is that it is traded on the basis of its ability to quickly respond to demand spikes and host new business application faster without the need of internal IT department.

The mind share of IT world is towards separating applications and services from the underlying infrastructure so that IT departments can be more flexible in supporting the business.

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