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The concept of a single cloud platform is pretty much a fantasy, and that’s just what it should be.
It doesn’t really matter where you find yourself on the cloud journey. What matters is maximizing the benefits and minimizing the pain of cloud.
Realizing that a whopping 32% of all prescriptions called into pharmacies were never picked up, two healthcare IT veterans founded a business to help close the gap.
Justifying and measuring success will always be a requirement to secure funding for investments. But clearly, we’re all charting new territory in this transformation age.
Ceding control to outsiders is unnerving, particularly when it involves enterprise applications. But with the right tools and processes, your applications can be as secure—if not more so—in the public cloud.
Many companies are approaching — or have passed — the 10-year milestone of cloud adoption. It’s definitely made life better for the business, but the question is, has it made life simpler for IT?