GlobalWise Investments, providing businesses and organizations with the latest in ECM (Enterprise Content Management) solutions via its subsidiary Intellinetics, is sitting on top of one of the biggest movements in the evolution of computers.
Cloud technology, essentially the offering/utilization of remotely based hardware and software capabilities, has transformed the way we view computer processing. Although the concept of services being shared on a global basis is not new, advancements in communication and processing technology have given it a role few would have imagined in previous decades. Today the cost and efficiency benefits of cloud processing are fueling a revolution, as more and more businesses are turning to the kind of cloud-based services exemplified by GlobalWise.
A recent report from Gartner (http://dtg.fm/9lX9) indicates that public cloud services are expected to grow by over 18% in 2013, to $131 billion, with infrastructure services, such as computing, storage, and print services, jumping an imposing 47%. Advertising is still the biggest cloud services segment, according to Gartner, with $310 billion expected to be spent between now and 2016. However, the report emphasizes that a “strong demand is anticipated for all types of cloud service offerings,” with North America representing the largest region in the cloud services market.
GlobalWise subsidiary Intellinetics provides businesses and organizations the latest in ECM capability, covering virtually any type of document, with its cloud technology ensuring high-speed and secured document access 24/7 from anyplace in the world. The company’s open software and business service provider partnerships are designed to capture a major portion of the underserved and compliance-heavy SMB market. Underpinning all of this is the rapidly expanding cloud market which is itself going global.
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