Cloud is great but don't skimp on the training - research

John Leonard
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Cloud services may be easy to deploy and easy to use, but integrating them into the business requires a range of core skills that companies underestimate at their peril

There is a common cognitive error when it comes to technology: ease of use means simple. Faced with a smooth, intuitive, well-designed user interface our instinct tells us that this piece of software,...

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