Seven Signs You've Backed Your Cloud into a Corner

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Click through for seven signs that you've backed your cloud into a corner, as identified by Unisys.

More than a few IT organizations are hurrying to deploy a cloud computing strategy in response to both internal and external IT pressures.

But the folks at Unisys point out that in the rush to deploy a cloud computing system, there are many opportunities to make strategic errors that wind up doing more harm than good. What follows are seven signs that your organization is in the process of making those mistakes.

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