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Reducing business risk with cloud computing

Any change in IT infrastructure brings with it a level of risk to a business, and a shift to a cloud computing model is no different. Microsoft’s Mark Taylor and Jon Honeyball discuss the potential pitfalls of switching from a centralised computing model to a cloud solution, and how to make the transition a smooth one.

Reducing business risk with cloud computing
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