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Introduction to Enterprise Cloud Operating Models

Introduction to Enterprise Cloud Operating Models

How do you make sure that you gain everything that has been promised to you? To secure the benefits of the cloud, you need to evolve your organisation and the processes by which you manage your infrastructure and applications.

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