Cloud Computing Experts Reveal Industry Outlook in New White Paper

SAN DIEGO, CA–(Dec 3, 2012) – Fairway Technologies, a San Diego-based technology consulting and software development firm, today announced the release of a new white paper, Get Your Head Into The Clouds! Industry Experts Answer Today’s Cloud Computing Questions that reveals exclusive industry analysis from six of today’s most influential cloud computing experts including CloudAccess CEO Kevin Nikkhoo.

In an effort to help organizations sort through all of the cloud confusion, Fairway’s latest white paper offers a thorough examination of the cloud computing environment while addressing today’s most critical cloud-related questions. Featuring a diverse panel of thought leaders, this report also evaluates the accuracy of past cloud computing predictions, and delivers thought provoking perspective on trends that continue to influence this rapidly changing industry. The new white paper is available for download at http://www.fairwaytech.com/resources/white-papers.   Nikkhoo discusses several aspects in relation to both security of cloud computing and cloud-based security initiatives (security-as-a-service delivered from the cloud).

Although cloud computing is a multibillion-dollar industry, many organizations remain unclear on which technologies they need, integration requirements, security practices, and how to best implement cloud service technologies effectively. As cloud services continue to gain momentum, businesses rely on the specialized knowledge and experience of industry experts to help navigate future transitions, adoption decisions, and effectively leverage the transformative force of the cloud.

Fairway’s collaborative new report not only examines the cloud computing issues that are dominating the industry, but also identifies key challenges behind cloud adoption and implementation, and presents best practices for organizations looking to develop and implement a sound cloud strategy. Guidance on cloud service brokers, open source cloud, data destruction, cloud bursting, and other topical issues are also discussed.