How and why: moving legacy applications to the cloud

By Claire Enefer
06 Sep 2012 View Comments
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Whatever it may be, cloud computing is not the universal panacea that it was purported to be a couple of years ago. It is, however, a highly effective means by which organisations can make their IT more responsive and flexible and better able to cope with future demand.

As with all technologies, there is an optimum level of cloud deployment at which the functional, business and financial benefits are all maximised. Most organisations have not yet achieved this level. The reason? Legacy and mission-critical applications.

During this web seminar we will be looking at how security, compliance, availability and performance issues surrounding legacy applications can be overcome, in order that your organisation can extract the full benefits that the cloud has to offer.

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