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Five years ago, the old-school, traditional way of managing IT environments didn't really work in the cloud. The all-in-one way of deploying cloud services for your average corporate IT group did not translate well to siloed IT teams, which meant that moving to the cloud required fundamental change for all of the operational folks. Fast forward to today: the cloud is really just a virtual IT datacenter, with much less IT overhead. Storage, compute, access - done. The enterprise's barrier to entry for the cloud has never been lower. First off, adopting cloud services doesn't involve the usual IT hiccups and headaches: You don't have to find virtual server space, let alone physical space. Y... Full story

14 April