Report: Cloud and data centers join forces for a new IT platform for internet applications and businesses

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Cloud and data centers join forces for a new IT platform for internet applications and businesses by Rich Morrow:
An increasingly large swath of businesses are realizing that the cloud-plus-data-centers model provides the best of both worlds, and integrating the public virtual cloud with the physical data center is the best way to cost effectively scale, secure, and serve modern production workloads.
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