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How the Cloud is Revolutionizing the Future of Water Utility Management

Publication Type:

Report

Authors:

Source:

Badger Meter, Inc (2014)

URL:

http://na.smartcitiescouncil.com/resources/how-cloud-revolutionizing-future-water-utility-management

Abstract:

Web-based software services, more commonly called cloud computing or Software as a Service (SaaS), are being implemented globally by users in virtually all types of organizations, including manufacturing, government, services, retail, and water utilities. Cloud software services are bringing about rapid and diverse changes to how a water utility operates and how data is used. As new systems often require new technology resources to operate and support, utilities are finding cloud computing to be a viable alternative to investing in additional hardware. 

Cloud software services are bringing about rapid and diverse changes to how a water utility operates and how data is used. As new systems often require new technology resources to operate and support, the white paper linked below from Council Associate Partner Badger Meter explains why utilities are finding cloud computing to be a viable alternative to investing in additional hardware.

Web-based software services, more commonly called cloud computing or Software as a Service (SaaS), are being implemented globally by users in virtually all types of organizations, including manufacturing, government, services, retail, and water utilities. Cloud software services are bringing about rapid and diverse changes to how a water utility operates and how data is used. As new systems often require new technology resources to operate and support, utilities are finding cloud computing to be a viable alternative to investing in additional hardware. 

Cloud software services are bringing about rapid and diverse changes to how a water utility operates and how data is used. As new systems often require new technology resources to operate and support, the white paper linked below from Council Associate Partner Badger Meter explains why utilities are finding cloud computing to be a viable alternative to investing in additional hardware.