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The Role of Cloud Computing in Commercial Property – RICS White Paper

Many in the industry will have seen the RICS White Papers on Property in the Economy published over the last two years. http://www.rics.org/propertyintheeconomy

These are great set of resources for experienced professionals or those starting out and wanting to find out more about key issues in the Property Industry.

I have included a link to one of the most recent papers below on Cloud Computing that has some input from our CEO John Cuppello. Obviously this is core to our solutions and we feel we have a great story to tell here – with our development teams having worked hard delivering Cloud based solutions over the last couple of years. These Cloud based solutions are proving popular with the Customer base. In fact we really feel that we have strong product offerings across all of our delivery methods. Neil Harrison’s post from 1 February 2011 talks more about ‘The Cloud’ and is great food for thought.

The Role of Cloud Computing in Commercial Property
February 2011 – What is cloud computing and why is it relevant to real estate?. This paper will examine these questions and will consider how it may affect the amount of space a company uses, the provision of data centres and an increase in more flexible and efficient working practices.

Posted by James Lavery
jlavery@qubeglobal.com or +44 (0)1529 413131.
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