How are you developing social, mobile, analytics and cloud skills at your organization?
Paul Calento 18 weeks ago
"Converged infrastructure projects can be paralyzed by:1. Inability to converge disparate infrastructure elements because the platforms were never designed to converge. (also known as duct taping!)2. Lack of skills required to leverage the full features of complex converged infrastructure products and services that were built to converge," suggests a Frank Cutitta blog on Enterprise CIO Forum But those are problems. What is the solution? In-house training? Mentoring? External education? Thanks in advance. --Paul Calento
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