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While CIOs agree that cloud computing is a game changer, that doesn’t mean they all define the cloud the same way or have similar expectations for its transformative abilities within an organization. This e-book examines the confusion surrounding cloud computing. It also gives helpful tips on getting an organization’s IT house in order by ensuring quality and cost-effective delivery of services. This e-book includes articles that define cloud computing and cloud services, discuss the importance of cloud standards and how to avoid downtime.  Access >>>

Table of contents

  • Why all the cloud confusion
  • Do you know where your cloud services are?
  • Will standards alleviate CIO's cloud concerns?
  • Where are our uptime guarantees?

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