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Do you need a private cloud?

August 22, 2011 No Comments

Asking most IT managers or techies whether they think they need a private cloud, reminds me of that scene in The Three Amigos where El Guapo asks Jefe if he knows what it means to have a plethora. Jefe, in fact, did not know what it means to have a plethora. And, most managers and techies neither know if they need a private cloud nor what it means to have a private cloud at all. Do you know what it means to have a private cloud or are you like Jefe who agrees with anything that El Guapo says? Here’s your chance to give your answer honestly and accurately.

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