Case study: Amnesty UK's mission to the cloud

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The campaign group's IT chief tells Sooraj Shah why it decided to move to a cloud infrastructure and describes the challenges it met along the way

Amnesty International UK's (AIUK) initial goal in moving to a private cloud was to become supplier-agnostic. Its legacy hosting infrastructure was spread across several development agencies, each responsible...

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