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  • Cloud Services Elevate the Profile of DevOps
    The widespread adoption of enterprise cloud services represents a double-edged sword: While this new generation of cloud platforms and solutions brings with it a wide range of business value, it also introduces significant complexity. This reality...
  • Hotline Uses CRM App to Fight Domestic Violence
    The National Domestic Violence Hotline relies on a cloud-based customer service app to help a growing number of victims of abusive relationships.
  • The Cloud Evolves and Joins the Mainstream
    Only a few years ago, most business and IT leaders viewed the cloud with some trepidation. Although many had begun to use cloud services and solutions, they still had questions about everything from viability to security. But that was then, and this...
  • Is Enterprise Security Lost in the Cloud?
    The debate about whether to migrate to the cloud is largely over—and the cloud won. Yet, as adoption rates grow and IT systems become more interconnected with cloud architectures, the challenge of locking down security is growing. Overall,...
  • DevOps Drives the Move to a Cloud-First World
    Fulfilling predictions made 20 years ago, cloud computing has reached the tipping point, with the majority of enterprises now opting for a cloud-first strategy. Just over half of the 1,850 mid- to senior-level managers participating in "The 2016...
  • Cloud Data Protection Strategies Come Up Short
    Enterprises are flocking to the cloud for the efficiency, cost savings, flexibility and scalability this technology offers. In fact, 40 percent of applications, on average, are deployed in the cloud, and that is expected to grow by an additional 30...
  • The Cloud Matches the Needs of 'Be the Match'
    The bone marrow transplant-match foundation adopted the cloud and cut its IT administration costs and created an integrated business and fundraising framework.
  • Cloud Adoption Grows, But Obstacles Remain
    One of the key findings of a recent global cloud adoption study reveals that only 3 percent of organizations have optimized cloud strategies, although nearly 70 percent use some form of cloud. The biggest drivers fueling cloud adoption include...
  • Stranded Oil Pumps Up Core IT Services
    The oil services firm had hosted IT systems from eight vendors, so it began exploring IT consolidation and vendors that could create a streamlined environment.
  • Data Dilemma: Cloud or On-Premise Storage?
    Even though data residing in the cloud can be as secure as data stored in on-premise systems, IT leaders must constantly assuage security and compliance fears.

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