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Business people now crave what the cloud can bring: agility, efficiency, and innovation. All industry surveys show the same thing: The vast majority of organizations see themselves using a combination of public and private cloud resources for the foreseeable future. But will they work together?

 

Here’s the problem: Most public and private clouds are inherently dissimilar. They’re built on different technologies. They’re paid for, operated, consumed, and supported differently. They behave differently. No matter what aspect you consider, it’s the differences you notice, not the similarities. Learn more in the article published in Forbes