Canadian IT pros say collaboration is coming to the cloud
The idea of an on-premise intranet may soon be a thing of the past.
 
In this latest teaser from our first annual State of Cloud Computing in Canada research report, you'll see we saw quite a bit of support for videoconferencing and all sorts of other collaboration tools moving into the cloud. Less than 20 per cent see it as a non-starter. Overall, this was the strongest area we saw, probably because it's seen as less mission-critical than the other areas (whether it should be thought of that way is a subject for another blog post).
 
We are oh-so-close to releasing the full details of this research in an on-demand Webcast that will come with the complete report. Stay tuned.
 


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