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What to Do When Your Organization Says ‘No’ to Cloud Computing

January 13, 2012 No Comments

There are many objections or issues that get raised with cloud discussions. That’s why cloud proponents need to do their homework, and understand the dynamics of their organizations. That’s the gist of a new book to be released next month, authored by Pankaj Arora, Raj Biyani and Salil Dave, all Microsoft executives. In To the Cloud: Powering an Enterprise, the authors explain how to make the case for enterprise cloud.

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