Cloud Computing is refashioning the cost, quality, speed and flexibility by which businesses can access—and suppliers can deliver—services to support business needs. As Cloud-based services mature, many business functions can reduce their reliance on on-premises software, hardware and internal administration to access many Cloud services.
Cloud Computing has developed from a modular point solution in the form of SaaS deployments (e.g., talent management and expense management) to become an increasingly integral method for leveraging computing resources for IT and business. The rapid adoption of Cloud alternatives by the business has meant that management disciplines, standards and best practices are well behind where most organizations need them to be, in order to manage appropriately both IT and business risks.
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