Cloud Computing is an economic, not technological, revolution


Last week, EdgeWave’s CEO David Maquera had the pleasure of participating in a roundtable discussion, hosted by The Daily Transcript and sponsored by Squar Milner, to discuss the current state of cloud computing.

It became clear that the cloud isn’t necessarily introducing new technology – computers, connected networks, software and applications all existed long before cloud computing. The difference is who is going to run it, who is operating it, how people buy it and how people consume it. “There’s no new services being offered in the cloud; there’s no new applications,” said Maquera. “What’s going on here is a complete restructuring of costs.”

EdgeWave is committed to helping companies confidently move into the cloud, with their ePrism Email Security and iPrism Web Security solutions engineered to seamlessly integrate with the cloud, making them easier to use and manage, with high ROI and zero latency for customers of all size.

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2017-01-14T21:38:27+00:00 October 7th, 2013|Categories: EdgeWave|Tags: , , , , , , |

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