So, your business needs a cloud platform. Given how the ‘Big Three’ – Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) – dominate the market, you’ll likely investigate at least one of them.
Most large US companies have a cybersecurity policy and plan to invest more in technology to improve the policy, according to a survey of 300 IT decision-makers.
We interviewed two cloud computing experts who teach at UK universities to learn about the state of cloud education in the UK.
Through a discussion with Dr. Timothy Chou, a lecturer at Stanford University, learn about the immense reach of cloud computing and why we need more software "plumbing" education.
As you move business processes to the cloud, choose a solution that integrates with the other applications and tools you use by following three steps.
Cloud computing is a wildly in-demand skill that is still not taught at many institutions of higher education. Clutch spoke with four professors of cloud computing from Cornell University, Georgetown University, Carnegie Mellon University, and the University of North Florida to explore the state of cloud computing education at institutions of higher education.
Clutch spoke with Ronak Patel, CEO of Sunflower Lab, about DevOps, its meaning, and its value to companies.
Clutch spoke with Brent Feldman, owner of Matchbox Design Group, to gather his insights into PEOs and payroll software.
Clutch spoke with Will Farrell, Lead Software Architect at MojoTech, about cloud infrastructure options and various cloud solution options.
Clutch spoke with Amin Yazdani Salekdeh, Director of Technology at A.Y. Technologies, about the comparison between Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform – two leading cloud services.
Clutch spoke with Christian Vanek, CEO and Co-Founder of SurveyGizmo, about employee feedback and job fulfillment.
Clutch spoke with David Hickman, the Vice President of Delivery and Engineering at Menlo Technologies, about the comparison between Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure – an important discussion for businesses consider leading Cloud platforms.
Clutch spoke with Chris Deprofio, a Senior Engineer of AndPlus, and Tom Golden, Technical Architect , about the top two cloud infrastructure technologies, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.
Clutch spoke with Lele Calò, Systems and Network Specialist at End Point, and Josh Williams, Database Specialist, about the best practices for utilizing cloud technologies – an important consideration for organizations making a shift to Cloud technologies.
Clutch spoke with Eric Hernandez, VP of Client Success at PrimePay, about the features and customer support of payroll solutions.