What Does Cloud Computing Mean for Business in 2014?
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The course is delivered in seven easy-to-consume videos. The first half of the course is dedicated to what you need to know about the "NIST definition" of cloud computing. The second half of the course is about looking forward - what are the primary business drivers of cloud technology, who are the key players right now and how will the industry landscape evolve and adapt in the coming year?
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|Section 1: What Does Cloud Computing Mean for Business in 2014?|
What is Cloud Computing?Preview
Five Essential Characteristics of Cloud ComputingPreview
The Three Service ModelsPreview
The Four Deployment Models
The Business Value of Cloud Computing
Key Players in the Cloud
The Outlook for 2014
Bill Lodin is a Senior Instructor with IT Mentors, a high-end, custom training and curriculum and development company. Bill has a diverse and well-rounded background in Microsoft programming as well as competitive technologies. His experience set includes C#, Java, HTML5 and mobile development with a special emphasis on cloud computing technologies. This background allows him to give an objective, real-world perspective about the practical application of programming technologies in the business environment. Bill’s real-world experience comes from his work on applications development projects in the financial services industry. Bill holds his MCSD certification as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from UCLA.