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Cloud Perspective helps organizations accelerate the time to value of cloud computing offerings by harnessing the benefits of effective cloud governance. 

Using industry standards from international bodies (NIST, CSA, IFPUG, TM Forum, IIBA, ISACA, OMG, ITU-T, ITIL, TOGAF, ISO, IEEE) as frameworks, Cloud Perspectives services help improve communications, define business values, establish realistic commitments and reduce rework. The results for clients include reduced risks and costs for software development and maintenance.

Cloud Perspectives helps companies maximize Return on Investment (ROI) by saving money and reducing risks when planning and managing cloud computing opportunities. Cloud Perspectives are international cloud governance leaders pushing the cloud computing world with standards and structured common sense approaches.

We have authored the Service Level Agreements and Metrics topics areas in several cloud computing standard development communities, improving consistency, while fostering collaboration.

We support cloud providers, cloud consumers, cloud brokers and cloud carriers. Our methods and processes also provide the foundation for cloud audits, providing assurance that adequate governance is in place and transparent billing and usage information is available. We also help define realistic migration strategies for cloud computing that quickly communicate the key opportunities and risks such that appropriate plans can be established to drive your cloud initiatives.

Cloud Perspectives provides frameworks, benchmarks, models and best practices, helping organizations efficiently leverage Information Communication Technology (ICT) resources.

We develop and use industry standards, enterprise architectures, helping answer difficult ICT questions including; “which functions are highest priority?”, “what costs are realistic?”, “what schedules are realistic?”, “what measures are needed to govern?”, “what analytics do we need?”, “what are additional key considerations?” and “what actions should be considered?”.

A recognized leader internationally we in 2012 we are honored to serve as the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance lead on the Shared Services Canada (SSC) Architecture Framework Advisory Committee.