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About Cloud computing software

Cloud computing has been one of the hottest topics for IT managers in recent years, and many organisations are already introducing cloud services into their IT infrastructure. Getting the most from cloud computing software means changing the way you think about software delivery, through platforms such as software as a services (Saas), infrastructure as a service (Iaas) and platform as a service (Paas), not to mention the vital role of virtualisation. We follow the latest trends and examine how organisation are using cloud computing software.