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The Downside of Cloud Centers of Excellence

September 20, 2011 No Comments

I meet these people all of the time: They’re charged with starting a COE (center of excellence) around the use of cloud computing in an enterprise. But will these ad hoc organizations provide the value that everyone expects?

Cloud computing is a very different animal than previous technology trends. If you’ve created one before, a COE might seem like the right approach, but I believe the use of cloud computing should be more of a change in how things are done, rather than a change in the technology itself.

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