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Overcome Cloud Hurdles with Forrester’s James Staten

October 20, 2010 No Comments

“All clouds are not created equal,” said Forrester’s James Staten in a talk in San Jose last week. Enterprise buyers will need to be aware of what their monitoring, security and service-level agreement needs are before they’ll be able to evaluate different services.

For good or for ill, cloud computing is not one thing. If you strip away the pretenders and re-labelers — those who have just cloud-washed their product and given it a new name — the field is still a bewildering array of suppliers with long lists of services and prices.

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