Is it time to dump the cloud and go on-premises?

Stuart Sumner
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Is it time to dump the cloud and go on-premises?

With price rises from cloud providers including Microsoft and others, and huge potential fines when the GDPR comes into force, is it time to re-examine the decision to go cloud?

Cloud services are set to become both more expensive and riskier for UK-based firms, with some US providers putting up costs in response to the falling pound, and the incoming EU General Data Protection...

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