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Innovating for tomorrow's workforce: Transformation enabled by HR in the Cloud
PwC’s Annual HR Technology Survey provides global strategic insight into the most important issues facing today’s Human Resource (HR) technology leaders. The report explores what 650 companies spanning the globe had to say about how they are currently using and planning to leverage HR technology to solve important problems. In this year's survey, we explore several key findings on the challenges and opportunities companies are faced with when shifting HR applications into the cloud.
Clouds in the forecast: Cloud-a necessary component of data center consolidation and IT agility
IT organizations that are serious about leveraging the cloud to deliver IT services should build robust management capabilities, which are critical to success in a cloud delivery model.
PwC's 5th Annual Digital IQ
How are successful companies using technology as a catalyst for growth and competitive advantage? PwC’s 2013 Global Digital IQ Survey unlocks the critical IT trends.
Cloud: The sky's the limit
Agile companies are inventing new business models around the cloud to decrease time to market, create operational efficiencies and engage customers in new ways. Within the cloud, the sky's the limit.
Navigating security in the cloud
Cloud computing has proved it can deliver lower IT costs, diminished infrastructure complexity, and enhanced flexibility. As the technology advances into the mainstream, organizations are finding that it also can spur innovation by lowering the financial barriers to creating new products and services.
What impact is cloud having on business in your country?
Technology leaders from PwC's global network of firms discuss how cloud computing is impacting businesses in their local markets.
The future of IT outsourcing and cloud computing
How enterprises are planning for and adopting cloud computing as a replacement for traditional data center infrastructure - or how these plans might affect traditional IT outsourcing service providers - is unknown. Will there be a complete shift to public cloud offerings, a transition to private clouds, or a combination of both?
Protecting your brand in the cloud: Transparency and trust through enhanced reporting
Cloud computing is becoming a foundation for benefits well beyond IT cost savings. Yet, many business leaders are concerned about how they will address the issues that surface in every conversation about the cloud: security, privacy, availability, and data protection. Faced with the risk of a potential threat to their brand, companies need transparency into how well cloud providers' environments address concerns.
Cloud computing and its impact on businesses around the world: PwC
Technology leaders discuss how cloud computing is impacting business in their local markets.
IT workloads shifting to cloud ready: PwC
More than half of corporate computing workloads will be cloud-ready by 2014, according to PwC's IT Outsourcing and Cloud Computing Survey. So what percentage of your company's computing workloads do you think are ready for public or private cloud computing infrastructure as of today?
Cloud computing and the Chief Executive Officer
Cloud computing can help CEOs innovate and gain advantages over competitors.
Cloud computing and the Chief Financial Officer
Five questions to ask your CIO about cloud computing
Cloud computing and the Chief Information Officer
Cloud computing is about more than IT costs savings; the technology creates avenues for new revenue and innovation.
Cloud computing and the internal audit function
A cloud strategy vetted and supported by internal audit will help companies take advantage of the compelling cost benefits while managing new risks.
Head in the clouds, feet in the data center
huge gap separates the desired level of adoption of cloud computing in 2014 from the expected level. While a majority of the 489 respondents to the PwC IT Outsourcing and Cloud Computing Survey say cloud-based infrastructures are the best approach to IT resource delivery, only a third of their infrastructures will be based on the alternatives to the traditional data center.
Many IT workloads already in the cloud: PwC
Data storage and retrieval is currently—and will continue to be—the most popular IT task relegated to private or public cloud computing, but a majority of organizations will also shift relatively large amounts of transaction processing, analytics and web services workloads to either public or private clouds by 2014, according to the 489 respondents to the PwC IT Outsourcing and Cloud Computing Survey.
IT workloads shifting to cloud ready: PwC
More than half of corporate computing workloads will be cloud-ready by 2014, according to the 489 respondents to the PwC IT Outsourcing and Cloud Computing Survey.
Why use private cloud computing by an outside provider: PwC
Although no single reason stands out, the drivers for using private cloud computing provided by an outside party are as much about business agility and access to technical skills as they are about saving money, according to the 489 respondents to the PwC IT Outsourcing and Cloud Computing Survey.
IT outsourcers not the top choice for cloud help
Private cloud computing management specialists are considered the best source of insights and strategies about adoption of the new infrastructure approach, now and in the future, according to the 264 respondents to this question in the PwC IT Outsourcing and Cloud Computing Survey.