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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

The fast growth and development of the IT infrastructure in addition to the increase usage of the Internet globally has remarkably improved the capability to adopt cloud computing services. Using the cloud, it is easier, 24/7 accessible and better way to perform services than through traditional ways. Moreover, speed and simple access as well as lower costs for both clients and providers has also contributed in the growth of cloud computing. However, even with this growth, many have several concerns with cloud computing such as security. This research explores technical enablers for cloud computing adoption that can contribute to analyze organization’s existing or future cloud initiative .

Keywords :

: Teachnical enablers; cloud computing; Capacity; Virtualization

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