Taming the public cloud: can control be brought back in house?

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Taming the public cloud: can control be brought back in house?
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Taming the public cloud: can control be brought back in house?

Public cloud works wonders for aglilty and flexibility, but it can't shed security and control concerns, a Computing survey finds

To cloud or not to cloud? That is the question asked by thousands of IT heads across the land as they ponder the best place for their applications and data. Once asked, this question leads down rabbit...

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