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With more and more companies moving to the cloud, cloud computing has become a mainstream way of working. Cloud computing offers organization's security, stability, lower costs, and flexibility. But what is cloud computing, and what are the different types of cloud computing? We’ve put together an article to answer these questions for you.
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Amazon Web Services (AWS) is on the rise, with over one million active users across 190 countries, according to Visual Capitalist. After quietly launching cloud computing services in 2006, AWS now dominates the public cloud market, accounting for 41.5% of it. That’s greater than Microsoft, Google, Rackspace, and IBM combined. If you’re thinking about migrating workloads to AWS, there are several things to consider. These include the benefits of AWS, potential AWS migration challenges, best practices, and mistakes to avoid. Continue reading for the AWS lowdown.
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With the pandemic showing no signs of abating, cloud migration is expected to accelerate. The coronavirus outbreak highlighted the need to adapt to unforeseen business disruptions rapidly, so a growing number of enterprises is now considering such a switch.
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Let’s take a look at cloud computing examples, discuss how you can benefit from migrating to cloud computing, as well as talk about the possible pitfalls it might involve. 
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What should the process of creating a cloud migration strategy look like? What challenges or problems can be expected? We will present the benefits and pitfalls of cloud migration, as well as take you step-by-step through the process of creating a cloud migration strategy.
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Contrary to popular opinion, the Internet is not stateless. It is governed from the US. The legal basis of this governance is surprisingly fragile. In a case of an international trade conflict spiraling out of control, the Internet could split into two (or more) pieces. This scenario is colloquially called “The Splinternet”. Can your enterprise survive it?
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Machine learning models help businesses understand their data better, make more accurate predictions, and accelerate insights across the entire organisation. Amazon, Google, IBM, and Microsoft are the four largest players on the cloud scene, and they have all recently added some machine learning tools to help businesses take advantage of machine learning models for handling their data. But which solution is the right one for your business?
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