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Cloud

or not to cloud?

Where does your Data Warehouse belong?

The clear choice for your orgainization.

The choice should be made based on what makes the most sense for your organization, not what you’re most comfortable with. Concern about security is one of the biggest reasons companies are reluctant to use cloud computing. The reality is that cloud computing can be more secure than using your own data center. Companies like Amazon Web Services (AWS) offer the highest levels of security built to meet the requirements of the most security-sensitive organizations. Whether you choose to cloud, or not, be sure your decision is based on a clear understanding of your options and not pie in the sky assumptions.

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Gartner predicts the worldwide public server services market will grow 18% in 2017 to $246.8B

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of Tech Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) say cloud computing will have the most measurable impact on their business in 2017.

– 2017 BDO Technology Outlook Survey

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced that customers had migrated more than 23,000 databases using the AWS Database Migration Service since it became available in 2016.

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