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Unifying IT in the cloud

Unity Technology Solutions has found that businesses adopting the cloud often have similar needs, but each case is different from the next: common services are often best placed in the public cloud, but a hybrid strategy increases agility, writes Jason Walsh

27th November, 2016
Simon Kelly, head of sales at Unity Technology Solutions

‘All kinds of data are now being stored in the cloud – from basic internal files to sensitive customer data.” These are the words of Simon Kelly, head of sales at Unity Technology Solutions. This simple fact drives a cloud adoption strategy for most businesses that, while hardly a mere dipping of the toe in the waters, needs to interlink with existing IT systems, as well as directly meeting business needs rather than disrupt them....

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