No Bull - What Customers Should Expect from Cloud Services

No Bull - What Customers Should Expect from Cloud Services

This paper describes how a cloud Services User achieves the true benefits of cloud services and sends warning messages to the providers, hosting companies and telecommunications firms. It also provides clues on how a customer can gain better value from services offered by the new cloud companies and Hosting businesses.

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