Virtualisation the Accounting Information System Infrastructure
Cloud Computing is a form of globalising IT&C services and represents one of the main solutions to the current issues of global economy with a view to cutting operational costs and focusing on IT&C services in several global conglomerates. Cloud solutions save companies costs on servers, licences, software, hosting, collocation, maintenance, highly specialised technical personnel, updating and upgrading of all kinds, by using a single service. This paper aims at presenting the current issues of increasing the efficiency of the computing system infrastructure which assists the accounting of companies. We have analysed aspects related to concepts such as Cloud Computing, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Virtualisation. Moreover, the essential features, the models associated to the cloud computing concept are highlighted as well as the advantages of the virtualisation of the accounting information system infrastructure.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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