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Impact of Cloud on IT Consumption Models

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Cloud at Your Pace

The cloud delivers a number of real advantages, including lower costs, reduced complexity, faster roll-out of new apps and capacity, streamlined processes. Still, some organizations remain hesitant, reluctant to move any computing assets outside the confines of the corporate data center.

This white paper shows how you can address concerns surrounding the cloud while minimizing your risks, and moving to the cloud at your own pace. This is now possible with a new offering that provides a cautious path to the cloud using familiar tools.

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