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Whether it's public cloud, private cloud or a hybrid of the two, IT can be delivered as a service to today's businesses faster, cheaper and more efficiently than ever before. Today, nearly every company is considering at least some form of “as-a-service” deployment of software tools, and there is no question that there can be significant benefits. But when adopting as-a-service technology for your own company, you must maximize your benefits and manage your risks. Read this E-Book to learn more about hosting applications in the cloud and cloud services.  Access >>>

Table of contents

  • Defining services
  • Line of business applications
  • Productivity applications
  • Security as a Service
  • Collaborative applications
  • Development tools as a Service

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