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Cloud computing strategies / Dimitris N. Chorafas.

By: Chorafas, Dimitris N.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2011Description: xiii, 340 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781439834534 (hardcover); 1439834539 (hardcover); 9780367111618.Subject(s): Web services | Cloud computingDDC classification: 006.76
Contents:
Section I. Cloud Technology and Its User Community; Chapter 1. The Cloud Computing Market; Chapter 2. What Cloud Computing Has to Offer; Chapter 3. Strategic Inflection Points; Chapter 4. User Organizations of Cloud Computing; Section II. What User Organizations Should Know; Chapter 5. Threats and Opportunities with Cloud Computing; Chapter 6. Reengineering the User Organization; Section III. Any-to-Any Public and Private Clouds; Chapter 7. Inside the Cloud of the Competitors; Chapter 8. The Saga of an Open Architecture. Chapter 9. Internet Cloud Security Chapter 10. Cloud Reliability, Fault Tolerance, and Response Time; Section IV. Case Studies on Cloud Computing Applications; Chapter 11. Open-Source Software and onDemand Services; Chapter 12. Leadership in Logistics; Chapter 13. High Technology for Private Banking and Asset Management
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Section I. Cloud Technology and Its User Community;
Chapter 1. The Cloud Computing Market; Chapter 2. What Cloud Computing Has to Offer; Chapter 3. Strategic Inflection Points; Chapter 4. User Organizations of Cloud Computing; Section II. What User Organizations Should Know;
Chapter 5. Threats and Opportunities with Cloud Computing; Chapter 6. Reengineering the User Organization; Section III. Any-to-Any Public and Private Clouds; Chapter 7. Inside the Cloud of the Competitors; Chapter 8. The Saga of an Open Architecture. Chapter 9. Internet Cloud Security Chapter 10. Cloud Reliability, Fault Tolerance, and Response Time; Section IV. Case Studies on Cloud Computing Applications;
Chapter 11. Open-Source Software and onDemand Services; Chapter 12. Leadership in Logistics; Chapter 13. High Technology for Private Banking and Asset Management

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