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The Driving Factor to Cloud Computing

March 28, 2011 No Comments
An exclusive Q&A with Ken Oestreich, Sr. Director of Cloud and Virtualization Marketing at EMC

“Once enterprises have true cloud-enabled IT – one that’s not a ball-and-chain to the lines-of-business – leadership will realize that IT can become a business driver and enabler,” noted Ken Oestreich, Sr. Director of Cloud and Virtualization Marketing at EMC, in this exclusive Q&A with Cloud Expo Conference Chair Jeremy Geelan. “Once IT is as nimble as any other part of the business,” Oestreich continued, “it will be viewed as a key competitive weapon by many, and that will become the driving factor to the cloud.”

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