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How To Reach For Cloud Without Disrupting Business
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Stratustician
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Stratustician,
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2/22/2014 | 1:44:16 PM
Finally!
It's great to see that companies are fixing one of the biggest problems with cloud migration, figuring out how to connect systems.  Let's face it, it's a pain and a super steep learning curve, and when your job is on the line, the more help in ensuring a successful migration the better.  A visual approach with a simple training process is going to be the catalyst we need to start driving mass cloud adoption. 
Charlie Babcock
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Charlie Babcock,
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2/18/2014 | 2:36:04 PM
Integration in the cloud by central, or shadow, IT?
I agree with Chris McNabb that integration in the cloud is going to come to a broad set of users, given the universality of standard web service protocols. But before it does, there will be a tension to be worked out between the integration specialists in house, with their on-premises system, and those who've gone around them to achieve integration in the cloud. Central IT will  have a lot to say versus shadow IT on this one, given data confidentiality concerns.


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