by Hewlett-Packard Company
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Published on: April 30, 2012
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Length: 8 pages
Through shared services and data center consolidation, government organizations are making efforts to streamline the efficiency of their IT operations. The next step for many is integrating cloud resources to create hybrid environments that bring together these shared service centers-of-excellence with the flexibility and resource savings that the pay-as-you-go cloud model provides.
However, in spite of the clear advantages of shared services and cloud computing, there still remain a number of obstacles between this best-of-all-worlds model and a working reality for government agencies and departments.
Read this white paper to examine:
- The potential roadblocks to implementation, including portfolio limitations, security, procurement, governance, and the organization itself
- And nine guidelines for melding hybrid cloud with shared services that can smooth your path to an optimized IT environment.
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