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How to “think cloud”

Published on: Dec 31, 2017

The cloud is an inevitable part of service-delivery models of the future. Business and IT leaders may ask: How do we survive and thrive in the cloud? Explore how Canadian organizations can thrive during this transition by adopting to this trend and carefully analyzing the benefits and risks.

This publication was released by our Global firm.


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