The question CIOs should be asking isn't whether to use the cloud, it's how they should use it so when it starts to shrink into a smaller, denser, more blinding mass, they don't end up so wet they short out a whole IT operation.
Fog is beautiful from a distance, like pictures of hurricanes from space.
The closer you get and the denser they become, the more destructive both can be, if you're not already prepared for the time a little wind turns into a roof ripper or a little haze turns into a blinding, pea-soup fog.
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