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Cloud vs. on-premises: Finding the right balance

Microsoft to cut update ties between Edge and Windows 10

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May 09, 2017
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Cloud vs. on-premises: Finding the right balance

For some IT shops, security is the gating factor for which apps go into the cloud. Others are all-in for the cloud, and still others don't want much to do with it at all. Read More

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