Cloud: you're in it, what now?

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Cloud deployments do not always live up to expectations, join us to discuss how to make it work

Many businesses now use cloud services, be that SaaS, IaaS or PaaS, to manage some parts of their operations. For some it's a matter of deploying cloud storage or backup, or maybe Office365 in the ...

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