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15 March, 2013

Gartner’s recent survey ofDigital Signature Cloud Achieves Evident Benefits IT spending through 2013-2014 (5 March, 2013) predicts increase in IT  expenditure that will be overwhelmingly driven by interest in cloud computing and other outsourcing IT solutions. The study findings significantly differentiate between mature regions (North America, Western Europe) that will encounter a modest increase, and emerging regions (Eastern Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific) that “will experience the largest budget increases in software spending.” 

And both, according to the enclosed information, will not do it in vain! Rackspace, together with the Manchester Business School and Vanson Bourne, conducted a survey of 1,300 US and UK companies that used Cloud technology during December 2012 and January 2013. The results clearly showed distinctive financial benefits with 88 percent of users who experienced costs savings, 60 percent who discovered that by implementing the cloud, their IT teams reduced time spent on infrastructure maintenance and instead concentrated on strategy and innovation, and 62 percent that saved money and put it back into the business (12 March, 2013).

These two studies clearly show that cloud computing is not only increasingly adopted by companies all over the globe, but that companies who shift to use this broad advanced technology are reaping the many benefits it has to offer. In that regard, Secured Signing’s worldwide customers are no different. On a daily basis, from anywhere, anytime, large companies and small businesses that use Secured Signing’s robust PKI Digital Signature cloud service, enjoy a highly sophisticated and comprehensive solution for filling-in forms and online signing of documents that slashes their operational and processing costs, expedites entire business workflow, and frees up budget, staff, and other resources to the core business.

And as Harold S. Geneen once said – “In the business world, everyone is paid in two coins: cash and experience. Take the experience first; the cash will come later.”

Till next time,

Cheers, John