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The hummus effect: Why blindly jumping to the public cloud can leave a bitter taste

Hummus is often considered a “superfood” and people are consuming it in large quantities. National hummus sales now top $725 million annually, and it's estimated that 25% of U.S. households now stock hummus in the fridge. It wasn't always like this. Just two decades ago, annual U.S. hummus sales barely surpassed $5 million. By Scott Leatherman, CMO, Virtana.

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A seamless switch:

Moving to a new IT service provider with minimal disruption By Vikki Durden, Head of Operations at UK IT Service.

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How a cloud-based infrastructure can accelerate IT Initiatives

There’s no doubt about it, we are living in a cloud enhanced world. No matter what is happening in life, whether it’s uploading pictures of the family, keeping track of friends on social media, or working remotely, the fact remains that the cloud is a part of our everyday lives in one way or another. By Sarah Doherty, Product Marketing Manager, iland.

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Cloud vs on-prem: making the move

Companies are under severe pressure to transform in order to survive in today’s economy. Applications, such as Oracle E-Business Suite, and other ERP systems, occupy a crucial part of businesses’ operations, but many run on aging and limiting on-premise infrastructure. By Mark Vivian, CEO, Claremont.

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Look up: Cloud skills are on the rise

In a matter of months, COVID-19 has completely upended decades of tradition and social dynamics of the modern office. As our daily lives turn almost completely to digital interactions digital skills, long growing in importance, are now centre stage as critical to success in the current work environment. By Nick Turner, VP EMEA Druva.

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Are we there?

The long, hot road trip to the Cloud By Scott Leatherman, CMO, Virtana.

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Solve 2015: London - Andy Williams, Rackspace

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