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Summary: Cloud Computing Coming to an Oil and Gas Company Near You

- January 16, 2015 - 0 Comments

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Director of Cisco Canada’s Oil and Gas vertical business, Brad Bechtold

Brad Bechtold started a series of Oil and Gas discussions on our Cisco Canadian Blog which I know our readers would be interested  in here.

As Director of Cisco Canada’s Oil and Gas vertical business, Brad starts by saying that for many in the Oil and Gas industry cloud computing might seem like a confusing IT buzzword with very little substance.

Trying to wade through the complexities of all its offshoots (public, private, on-premise cloud) without understanding the base concept probably just makes things worse.

So is this just technology for technology’s sake or are there some real benefits to cloud computing for Oil and Gas?

He goes on to describe that the term isn’t really so new after all, how history is actually repeating itself, and how a new paradigm, or business model, is being embraced in the oil and gas industry.

Read his part one here:

Cloud Computing, Coming to an Oil and Gas Company Near You

In the second part of the discussion, Brad goes on to  explore why cloud computing will be adopted in the Oil and Gas sector and discuss its specific benefits to the industry.

Read his part two here:

Cloud computing, coming to an Oil and Gas company near you, Part 2

 

As always, feel free to comment and engage in an industry discussion!

Peter Granger, on behalf of Brad Bechtold

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