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Cloud delivers “wake-up call” to IT organizations

- April 14, 2014 - 0 Comments


“Industry leaders weigh in on the disruptive nature of the cloud, and the opportunity for IT organizations to become higher-value service brokers.

IT departments have lost traditional control over company systems. With cloud storming in, IT has been pushed aside to allow the entire corporation to overshadow what used to be solely IT’s job. But they’re fighting back by embracing new responsibilities—specifically, by becoming the decision-makers for when to buy, where to build, and what the depth of the cloud should be….

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Brokering the Cloud  How to deliver an It-as-a-Service with speed, visibility and increase manageability 
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