Tailoring hybrid cloud

Designing the right mix for innovation, efficiency and growth

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Organizations are steadily increasing their use of cloud technologies to address wide-ranging requirements. The particular needs and business conditions of each enterprise help define its optimal hybrid solution: most often, a blend of public cloud, private cloud and traditional IT platforms. Finding the right cloud technology mix starts with deciding what to move to the cloud and addressing the challenges affecting migration. In this study, executives achieved the strongest results by integrating cloud initiatives company-wide, and by tapping external resources for access to reliable skills and greater efficiency.

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Meet the authors:

Julie Schuneman

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, IBM Distinguished Engineer, CTO, Client Success, Hybrid Cloud at IBM;
Robert Freese, Enablement Leader; Anthony Karimi

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, Partner, Cloud Consulting Services, Distribution Markets - NA Leader, Global Business Services;
Meenagi Venkat

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, Vice President, Technical Sales and Solutioning Worldwide

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