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How the cloud is changing and predicted cloud trends for 2015
How the cloud is changing and predicted cloud trends for 2015
At a macro level, Cloud was never really an IT opportunity and never should have been thought of that way. It was, and still is, a business opportunity. Whether it be the ability to lower costs, improve service delivery, speed up change, or add flexibility and scalability, Cloud has always been about greater business agility and productivity. With Cloud "a business and service delivery model" ahead of "the technology used to offer cloud services." At a micro level, of course Cloud is a great opportunity for internal IT organizations to deliver better IT services to their parent companies - so long as adoption is driven by the potential business benefits over the desire to use shiny new IT. Read More

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