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Working out how to make infrastructure on demand work for your company is a challenge. In this 10-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at assessing the needs of your business, assess how a lack of standards is hindering progress, and assess Microsoft's Azure which aims to become an operating system for the cloud.  Access >>>

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  • How to make business intelligence
  • Assess the cloud needs of your business infrastructure
  • Lack of cloud standards holds up enterprise progress
  • Windows moves toward infrastructure on demand

 

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