Reference and briefing documents to download that we hope you find useful
This short briefing note will give you an overview on Cloud. It will enable you to engage in the current discussion on how best to exploit the potential for value that Cloud Business Services can bring to every business right now.
This is an overview of implementing Cloud Services. It sets out how best to exploit the potential for value that Cloud Business Services can bring.
We took the point of view of various members of the Executive Team and we set out what we believe are the key points that will bring someone in that role up to date on Cloud Business Services
Cloud Business Services and the CMO: Lots of value potential in services which deliver customer data (coming
Cloud Business Services and the COO: A new generation of Shared Services. (coming soon)
Navidus are focused on Cloud Business Services rather than the Cloud Computing that enables them. The CIO needs to be fluent in both areas. We are working on some materials that address the unique opportunities and challenges for a CIO.
Cloud Business Services and the CIO: Bringing the rest of the exec team into the game. (coming soon)
For those who are interested in further views ...links to our favourite resources on the specialist subject of Cloud Computing are here
Cloud Business Services,
Built on Cloud Computing, Cloud Businss Services are changing organisation design and operations strategy.
What the Experts say….
Cloud computing has reached an inflection point for enterprises... a comprehensive strategy for its use is now required. - John R. Rymer Forrester May 2012
What the Experts say…
“The global platform-as-a-service (PaaS) market will cross the $14 billion mark in 2017 with CAGR of almost 30%" Robert Mahowald, VP International Data Corp. (IDC) Nov 2013
What the Experts Say.
The 2012 value of the enterprise mobile SaaS market is now estimated at $2 billion... revenues will reach $4.7 billion in 2017. Strategy Analytics Nov 2013
What the Experts Say..
“Line-of-business leaders everywhere are bypassing IT departments to get applications from the cloud (aka SaaS) and paying for them like they would a magazine subscription.” – Daryl Plummer, Gartner Mar 2013