Your organization can save and thrive in the cloud with this first non-technical guide to cloud computing for business leaders
In less than a decade Google, Amazon, and Salesforce.com went from unknown ideas to powerhouse fixtures in the economic landscape; in even less time offerings such as Linkedin, Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and many others also carved out important roles; in less than five years Apple's iTunes became the largest music retailer in North America.
They all share one key strategic decision—each of these organizations chose to harness the power of cloud computing to power their drives to dominance. With roots in supercomputing and many other technical disciplines, cloud computing is ushering in an entirely new economic reality—technology-enabled enterprises built on low cost, flexible, and limitless technical infrastructures.
The Executive's Guide to Cloud Computing reveals how you can apply the power of cloud computing throughout your enterprise, giving members of the C-suite a detailed look at:
Why cloud computing must be a top priority on your company's IT roadmaps
How the drive for scale, lower costs and greater agility is making cloud computing a fiscal and technological imperative
The relationship between cloud computing and other relevant IT initiatives
The strategic implications of cloud computing for the enterprise
Where to begin and how to get started integrating cloud computing into your existing operations
Now you can harness cloud computing's potential for your organization. Executive's Guide to Cloud Computing shows you how.
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About the Author
Bob Lozano is chief strategist and founder of Appistry, Inc., a leading provider of cloud application platforms. An experienced entrepreneur with a history of building successful companies, Lozano founded and led PaylinX, a leader in the payment solutions market. He has also held management and technology positions with Southwestern Bell (now AT&T), Monsanto, and Sandia National Laboratories, has lectured on artificial intelligence as an adjunct faculty member at Washington University in St. Louis, and also founded Intelligent Computer Systems. He is a frequent speaker around the industry and blogs at thoughtsoncomputing.com.
About the Narrator
Walter Dixon is a broadcast media veteran of more than twenty years’ experience with a background in theater and performing arts and voice work for commercials. After a career in public radio, he is now a full-time narrator with more than fifty audiobooks recorded in genres ranging from religion and politics to children’s stories.