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Consumers Need to Start Thinking Like IT Pros

February 2, 2011 No Comments

Corporate IT professionals typically use a checklist to rate vendors’ potential for meeting their most critical needs. “Vendor viability” is the term often placed on these checklists to grade the potential that the application or service the company is considering will be around for the long term. It’s also a term consumers might want to add to their vocabulary in the cloud-based age.

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