Cloud Computing: Is Hybrid the New Black?

Sandhill.comI posted my second “Cloud in Action” article on this week: “Is Hybrid “The New Black” in The Era of Cloud Computing?” It’s a summary of a conversation I had recently with an Informatica Cloud customer who spearheaded a line of business-driven cloud data integration implementation. The interview highlights how much things have changed in terms of SaaS acceptance and adoption in the enterprise and points to some best-practices that more and more enterprise IT organizations are embracing to improve alignment with the business.

“…we now receive corporate guidance on how SaaS should be evaluated and implemented. I no longer feel like IT is trying to slow me down. Instead, their goal has been made clear: facilitate business continuity with no risk. We’ve established guidelines, governance and processes, which are actually very helpful.”

I’m interested in your feedback and experiences. You can read the entire interview here.

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