Travel Tech Execs Take Shine Off Cloud Computing by Highlighting Hidden Perils
Subbu Allamaraju, vice president of technology at Expedia, spoke on March 26, 2019, at Amadeus's T3CH conference in Madrid. Allamaraju said that cloud computing can lead to hidden waste and expense if one doesn't avoid mistakes. Amadeus Skift Take: Executives from Expedia and other travel companies acknowledged at an Amadeus tech conference that cloud computing can lead to hidden waste. Mistakes include not monitoring costs and allowing internal strife to delay cross-department projects. — Sean O'Neill Moving travel company software to the cloud has proved tricky, some travel technology exe...
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From The Age Of Computing To The Age Of Data: Are You Ready?
The digital economy has been an engine of growth for the United States over the past decade. The digital sector grew an average of 5.6% annually between 2005 and 2016, even though the economy as a whole grew only 1.5%. Much of that growth was fueled by cloud computing, which enabled new business models and boosted efficiency. But the cloud is evolving. Until recently, the focus has been on infrastructure and applications, or IaaS and SaaS. But there’s a new game in town now that requires a similar amount of board-level focus: data. If computing over the last decade became a utility, data wi...
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