Today, doing business without a cloud seems like implementing a handicap. You can do it but don’t expect a lot of flexibility and options. With pay-per-use approach and multiple services available from top cloud providers, you can scale your business in a reasonable timeframe. The problem – it also has to be secure. How to introduce cloud to your organization and make it safe at the same time? Here’s some tips on cloud security.
Tag: Cloud computing
One of the driving forces of innovation is industry convergence which is all about establishing relations that have not been possible before. This is enabled by the ever-developing new technologies such as cloud engineering, microservices architecture and others. In our latest Ask Me AnyFin conversation we are joined by Paul Thomas Walsh, COO at Elinvar, a WealthTech Platform as a Service, which uses technology to connect various FinTech providers on one platform, making it possible to create new exciting partnerships and business models.
Whether somebody likes it or not, cloud services providers and what they offer has changed the landscape of FinTech completely in recent years. At Code & Pepper we know it and we work with some of their products daily to make products for our clients. But which companies are the most popular and why? Let’s find out today!
Banking needs more and more raw power, as well as fast access to data from literally anywhere. Cloud computing is the perfect solution, as it allows for transferring information throughout the Internet in the most efficient way. But why exactly does it meet the banking needs so well and how do customers benefit from it? Answers to these and more questions are waiting for you in our new post!
The cloud adoption trend isn’t slowing down. That’s no wonder: cloud computing has completely changed the way we think about IT infrastructure. However, for organizations that deal with never-ending deployments, the complexity of provisioning and managing all the infrastructure elements can become a headache and a source of serious issues. In this case, infrastructure codification, known as Infrastructure as Code, comes to the rescue.