C Spire Cloud White Papers
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IT leaders faced with managing large quantities of disparately located data have begun to embrace centralized data repositories called "data lakes." This simplifies management and access, reduces costs, and allows companies to focus their IT staff on strategic initiatives instead of mundane tasks like maintenance. There are several barriers to creating a data lake. In this whitepaper we consider the challenges and benefits of data lakes as well as the key considerations for choosing a Cloud Service Provider.
Across the country, business are watching already large volumes of structured and unstructured data grow even larger. Big data, as it's called, is presenting a big challenge: Traditional data management and access methods are unsustainable. In this paper we consider some of the alternatives and advantages made possible by the cloud.
Download our best practices guide — and learn how to get the full benefit of your investment in cloud services. From understanding the drivers of cloud adoption and the full breadth of service options to overcoming common cloud barriers and finding the right partner, this guide provides an invaluable roadmap. Discover the power of cloud computing.
Learn why government agencies are overcoming their concerns around security and compliance to move critical IT systems and functions to the cloud. Despite recent inertia, more and more agencies are building more efficient systems in the cloud and creating better interactions for their constituents. Download our white paper to learn more.
From reducing costs to improving service, the vital services market – banking, government and hospital – stands a lot to gain by moving to the cloud. But a host of challenges, like data security and compliance, stand in its path. Learn more about what the cloud means to the vital services market – today and in the future.
Government, Healthcare and Banks provide indispensable or "vital" services to society. Over the next 5-10 years, how will they use the cloud to expand their oerings and ensure consistent service to their customers?