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That is, companies offering applications that meet the specific demands of both the general public and businesses.

That is, companies offering applications that meet the specific demands of both the general public and businesses.

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  • 1. english Cloud Computing
  • 2. We understand that Cloud Computing is the union of two services. On the one hand the storage, (every day cheaper) and data processing (every day faster), known as Information Technology. Furthermore Telecommunications (satellites, antennas and cables of various types) where the data travels. The result of this union is the Cloud Computing. A concept that allows the use of distributed computing for both organizations and for the general public. It is also a good example of the union of Information Technology with Telecom. We can see immediately that Cloud Computing is totally dependent on telecommunications. Next comes what will be used or in other words an application stored on a server that is accessed in a shared manner. This can mean savings in infrastructure, licensing issues, operation and maintenance but adds the cost of Telecommunications and use rate of application.. Of course there will be other economic implications that can be treated in another context. The question is where will be the Information Technology, as known today, in organizations. Will it increasingly migrating to the segment of Outsourcing? Or is that another business model will be created? But to decide that you need to evaluate other variables such as the size of the organization. Then comes the aspect of security that can be either physical or logical. Another cost associated with Cloud Computing. Ready. Now ... for now each company owns a "piece" of Cloud Computing. Nobody is holding the whole process. So let's see who will make a Cloud Computing "a la" Apple or "a la" Microsoft. Monopoly or Democracy. But one thing is shaping the air: telecommunications and applications are the strongest candidates to dictate the rules of the game, at least initially, because we all need to partner with these two to have a Cloud Computing. Is there comes another wave of mergers and acquisitions? Well .. now only remains to be seen how this will be marketed. Social networks are offering up to 25GB of free storage. But why is it free? Mainly because the storage capacity is increasing and the price decline. This principle was established by Gordon E. Moore of Intel in 1965 ( see http://www.intel.com/pressroom/kits/bios/moore.htm ). So far then the question of the evolution of Cloud Computing is not in the hardware (computers and storage devices), but the availability of applications and interconnection between them. But this is cloud computing? We think so. Let's see: Use a service of storing and processing data ( which we do not know where it is and it's free ) and a broadband service ( paid ) to transmit the data. And for what purpose? Well in that case of 25GB is only data storage, there are applications (at least so far) to manipulate or edit the stored data.
  • 3. There are others that offer some applications for editing data and documents and there will probably be more. Well ... then we already have cloud computing in its embryonic stage where many companies have already put some services in operation to the general public, since anyone can have an access account free of charge for some companies. Ooops .... but if it is free who is paying for all services involved? Well only the service of storage and processing is free for now. Telecommunication service is up to each subscriber. We know that part of the compensation of service providers today comes from advertisers. However may other business models arise that meet more specific needs, both in storage and in data transmission, requiring then a Services Agreement addressed. For example: would it be possible to use some Enterprise Resouce Planning-ERP in Cloud Computing? We understand that this is the Cloud Computing that will grow. That is, companies offering applications that meet the specific demands of both the general public and businesses.
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  • 5. EY & T EY & T operates in organizations of various economic sectors providing strategic guidance to the business. By identifying issues and situation diagnoses we formulate alternatives and suggest courses of action for business organizations. EY & T works collaboratively with organizations revealing their potential for innovation and renewal. We are not responsible for the content of the reference sources whose addresses are available on the pages of this work, or the content of these addresses express our opinion. Furthermore, no type of relationship is maintained with reference sources cited. The information contained herein, and also in our e-mails, are provided for informational purposes only. We are not responsible for any inaccuracies or omissions, nor for problems of data transmission causing interruptions, delay, or cessation of transmission failure by providers to intermediaries involved, or any other failure not specified here, and are not responsible for actions taken in Based on this information.

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