Cloud software and the future of oil and gas

We believe cloud technology is an IT extinction level event.

Traditional systems will not be able to keep up with the opportunities afforded to those who adopt cloud.

You need to know this about cloud

We believe cloud technology is an IT extinction level event.

Traditional systems will not be able to keep up with the opportunities afforded to those who adopt cloud.

As the energy industry becomes more fast-paced by the day, it’s vital for businesses to ensure their software can keep them competitive. We believe cloud software is the only future.

There are many challenges you face when evaluating cloud software for your oil and gas business. From its ability to meet your requirements to functionality, security and data management. It’s therefore important to ensure you have all the right elements from your provider.

This paper presents our 'Cloud Checklist', exploring the four essential things that you must demand from every potential cloud provider in order to fully maximise your business performance.

Also in the paper, Dr Peter Black discusses the software challenges facing oil and gas and how cloud can help, highlighting the questions that a company must ask concerning adoption, security, resilience, and data management.

 

Cloud checklist for success

 

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