Retaining Control of Your Cloud Data

According to IDC, 2009 was the “Year the Cloud was Seeded.” But if you’re in IT, how do you deliver line of business autonomy, flexibility, and agility while retaining control of your corporate data? According to this artice, “Doubling Down on Data,” data integration is the key:

“The fundamental challenge when customers adopt cloud computing is that they lose control over their data because it’s no longer in their IT systems. It resides in some other vendor’s computers in the cloud on the Internet. Most companies cannot afford to lose control over their data, and what we provide is the technology to access that data over the Internet in a secure manner, discover the relevant information, improve the quality of that information and integrate it.”

And in case you missed it over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, here are some cloud integration best practices from Dreamforce ’09.

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