Cloud Computing: It's Not Quite Ready, but You Need to BeCommented on: 3 years ago
(July 22, 2010)
Brian, you have done an excellent job painting a clear picture of where things are headed. You focus on the justification of moving to the cloud solely from a cost and overall management standpoint...
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