Taxing The Cloud: KMPG’s Take On Global Cloud Computing Taxation A fresh resource, custom-tailored to help end users and service architects of cloud computing services along their journey of scheduling procedures, managing operational dynamics, planning work execution and other relevant parameters – all with the core intent of dealing with the associated tax exposure, has recently made it into the public domain: the Country Perspective on Taxing the Cloud. The novel online tool relies on KMPG associate firms around the globe to provide detailed coverage of how taxation authorities around the world are tackling the challenge of closing in on
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Is my Public Cloud too Public? Addressing security concerns of the Public Cloud Enthusiasm for cloud computing has as much to do with economics as technology. Growth in the number of applications and the volume of data that must be managed have made datacenters a major item of corporate expense. Public cloud computing looks like a way to get a handle on some of these costs. The concept of cloud computing is straightforward: you replace capital-intensive IT assets that must be internally managed with rented “pay-as-you-go” IT capacity and services at commoditized prices. These services are built with new technologies
HP ‘Master The Cloud’ Event (Montreal) – Part 3 Continued from: Part 1 , Part 2 It had been a whirlwind day, folks. I’d like to thank Laura Mackey (@HPsoftware) for hosting us bloggers, and Rebecca Pallister (@HPenterpriseCA) for putting it all together. You two deserve a round of applause all your own. It takes a dedicated individual to greet someone so warmly that early in the morning. Good luck in Toronto and the rest of Canada with Master the Cloud 2012. Thanks also to HP and Intel, who as partners really know how to put on a good show.