Windows Azure Cloud Computing Platform: Technology Partner selection Guide

Organizations today face fierce competition. One strategy for gaining a competitive edge is to look to advanced technological options focused on the core business. With the rapid adoption of cloud computing, organizations can take help from technology partners to cope with their technology requirements. Know the key points and get guidance for selecting a technology partner for Windows Azure cloud computing platform.
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