Firms are looking for their IT systems to both be able to detect and fix issues along with providing capacity measures in an automated manner.

In order to have good capacity management, and operational resilience, volatility is just one of many challenges that must be addressed.

Being smart about the use of cloud platforms and services can make the difference between gaining a competitive edge and falling behind rivals. IT specialists, from application developers to infrastructure teams, will have to learn the effective use of cloud-based services.

Having the business get behind cloud, enabled decision makers to widen their scope and experience. We have found that the cloud is truly an area of solutions and enablement. There is an ever-decreasing number of capabilities that the cloud cannot provide a solution for.

Easy access, speed, scalability, scalability, efficiency, and long-term sustainability are among the benefits of the Cloud. As a result, organizations have a compelling case for moving their market data to the cloud.

Here are some of the less tangible benefits that should be considered when reviewing the ROI of a managed service:

Managed services can be a key tool for helping your business deliver in a competitive landscape but only if they are used in the right way and are fully aligned with your needs.

Transitioning to the cloud is a non-trivial decision for most organisations, and those responsible and accountable for making such a decision must evaluate the data and service that they plan to migrate to the cloud.

What’s driving organizational efforts to move market data to the cloud? Is a lack of expertise stifling your investment in cloud computing? According to new research from The London School of Economics and Political Science, the answer is probably yes.

Governance is the key to a successful relationship between a client and a provider.