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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Migration To Cloud Computing - Changing Paradigm In Indian IT Sector

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AUTHOR(S)

Arash Bahrami, Dr. S Harish Babu

 

KEYWORDS

Cloud Adoption, Cloud Computing, Cloud Deployment Models, Cloud Migration, Information Security systems, Information Technology, Knowledge Creation and Knowledge Management

 

ABSTRACT

The emergence of cloud computing has provided various opportunities not explored or unknown in the world of IT in its fullest capacity; whereas Knowledge Management is a field which identifies, develops, stores, embodies or disseminates knowledge along with existing technologies, tools and methodologies desired by an organization for its progress. In most of the cases, maintenance and implementation costs play a vital role in the migration to cloud computing. With an aim to successfully execute cloud computing, all-inclusive knowledge and its management in a skillful manner is a mandate. Such strategies, guidelines, and structures are needed to be adopted in enterprises, whether business or service, that execute the same in an effective manner. Different features like effect of cloud computing on knowledge management, Knowledge Management and its advantages and factors that restrict migration or moving to the cloud in an organization.

 

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