|During the economic crisis, cost cutting introduced many companies to cloud computing, as they began to rely significantly on the cost-saving technological elements of cloud computing to deliver and manage IT. |
But cloud computing can do more, and corporate chiefs need to learn the benefits of supporting more of their business using cloud services or internal IT inspired by cloud architectures and processes.
Lack of a cloud strategy at the center can place undue focus on cost savings at the expense of driving growth and competitiveness. It can also result in a patchwork of business-unit cloud relationships.
A coordinated plan will allow companies to address implications on security, governance, finance, compliance, and tax.
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