Tag Archives: Cloud
Executive opinion. Many organizations have already gone some way on the path towards the cloud. But Bruno Pinna, Director of Cloud computing at Bull, is now turning his attention to the next stage. Aware of the limitations of a strategy based purely on cost reduction, he demonstrates how vital it is for IT Departments to prepare themselves so that they can capitalize on the full potential for innovation offered by the cloud.
Public sector. The French government body that enables companies to submit their social security declarations on line (GIP-MDS) has awarded Bull the contract to host and run its information system. Thanks to the flexibility of its outsourcing offerings, Bull will be well placed to support huge seasonal variations in workload, as well as the long-term evolution of the system.
Samuel Gautier, Bull Advisory Services, looks at the strategic, operational and cultural impact of the cloud on IT Departments.
Matthew Foxton, Executive VP Strategy and Marketing at Bull, takes an in-depth look at what Gartner believes to be the IT second era. And he identifies four key trends that will characterize 2012: the need for huge processing power, ‘as a service’ delivery, business computing and security requirements. Four areas where Bull is well placed to help.
Although the cloud is becoming well established, its implementation often proves perplexing. To help its customers embark on the journey to the cloud – in step with their specific needs – Bull has launched Le cloud by Bull™, a staged, pragmatic methodology including services and solutions. Michel Guillemet, Philippe Miltin and Matthew Foxton explain more.