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English June : When It Comes to Cloud Computing, Most Companies Aren't Trying

As Leong notes, many IT organizations fail to understand the key characteristics of cloud computing and, as a result, fall far short of actually operating real cloud environments. While she didn't detail the issues she found in the discussions she's had with IT professionals, I'd bet they revolve around clients failing to grasp the importance of self-service, easy elasticity and resource usage-based billing.

Simply put, many traditional IT organizations view these characteristics as optional add-ons that some providers have put into operation — namely, Amazon Web Services — but not really critical as part of internal cloud implementations. Moreover, too many of them view automated infrastructure as something that will improve the internal workings of IT operations, not as something relevant to the company at large

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