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Why the cloud will shake markets.

“Recently, I predicted that in 2013, cloud computing will provide the biggest disruption information technology has experienced in 25 years. These impacts extend to the $128 billion data center industry, which will never be the same as the traditional business model is disrupted, and new rules for success are written.”

This is how I started my most recent article for SC Magazine In it, I address the how the datacenter marketplace is bifrucating and how operators need to rethink their current business model in order to survive. Data centers that do not evolve – quickly – will face plummeting profit margins as more and more information moves to the cloud.

Please read the article (https://www.scmagazine.com/the-cloud-will-shake-markets/article/276463/) and comment. The industry is currently undergoing an inflexion which will require agressive changes by many.

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