What are the main concerns your business has with moving to the cloud?
ernard 2 years ago
Are the decision makers more worried about changing to the cloud than they should be? Are their concerns being used to mask a fear of losing political clout within your organization? Or are the difficulties more technical in nature, because of attempting to retrofit old technology towards new business aims?
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