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Gartner Flip-Flop: Try the Public Cloud First

October 28, 2011 No Comments

I’m pretty vocal when analyst organizations provide hyped-up advice, replete with grandiose claims around the movement to some technology. The advice is both hard to follow by enterprises and many times just plain wrong — which is why I usually loudly criticize it.

However, we still live in a world where analyst reports drive much of IT policy, so I spend a bunch of my time explaining what the information actually means for a specific enterprise or problem domain. Many times, I disagree and push back on that advice for the good of the user. Of course, there are many instances where people don’t concur about my opinion. The fight continues to this day.

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