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Cloud First: Not Just Transformation, But Innovation

Source: Wipro Technologies
Many companies today are moving their IT and business operations to the cloud. Though the cloud allows organizations to rationalize excess IT resources and meet sudden spikes in demands, it is difficult to handle the growing expectations from the cloud and the inordinately incisive demands these expectations have begun to place on providers. Read this white paper and know the three keys to a successful cloud adoption.


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