Cloud Computing : The Emergence of Application Service Providers ( ASPs ) in Developing Economies

  title={Cloud Computing : The Emergence of Application Service Providers ( ASPs ) in Developing Economies},
  author={Ezer Osei Yeboah-Boateng and Stephen Cudjoe-Seshie},
The Cloud Computing paradigm has triggered a major shake-up in the way ICT infrastructure is delivered, priced and consumed. The underlying factors for this phenomenon are highly abstracted or virtualized infrastructure, a variable OPEX-based model (determined by usage requirements), support for multi-tenant user model and immediate computing resource scalability. This paper provides an insight into the Cloud computing eco-system in a developing economy, with Ghana as case example. It reveals… CONTINUE READING


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