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Some pundits foresee a future in which all data center computing is done in the "cloud," but that future is a long way off. Most organizations have just begun to venture into the cloud. Many others remain skeptical because of security and quality-of-service concerns. Read this e-book to learn what CIOs can to do now to prep their own environments and learn about the most important cloud risks -- as well as the rewards that many forward-thinking companies are experiencing. Access >>>
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Smart process applications rev up business agility
As demand for business agility increases, smart process applications are emerging as a new breed of easy-to-deploy apps intended to simplify ...
Cloud computing governance: Know thy users
CIOs are facing mounting pressures to flex their cloud muscles, but concerns about security still abound. Some CIOs are balancing the cloud's agility...
Disruptive technologies: Cloud services integration for the CIO
Cloud services integration is a topic just sticky enough to make many a CIO shudder. Disruptive technologies such as cloud computing offer a number ...