The Cloud: The Next Big Wave of Data Fragmentation?

Not surprisingly, I enjoyed this recent article from Bob Evans that focuses on data integration, cloud computing, and the need to bring together critical data from potential software-as-service (SaaS) application data silos and on-premise systems. 

“The biggest hurdle to cloud computing adoption is concern about security and performance, particularly as it relates to data. The implication of the cloud is that customers are no longer able to manage their data on-premise, so they naturally are very concerned about how will they be able to control it when that data is managed elsewhere?”

Be sure to check out the full article here.

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