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A hybrid cloud can be a practical approach to entering the world of cloud computing. There's a lot to consider, though, and the shift is far from simple. This handbook looks specifically at why an organization might choose to go with a hybrid model; which workloads that organization should consider appropriate for the cloud; how to assess security risks; and what challenges should be expected when implementing a hybrid cloud project.   Access >>>

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  • Choosing a hybrid cloud
  • Hybrid cloud presents familiar challenges
  • What's next? The future of hybrid in the enterprise

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