Powering Digital Transformation with a Hybrid Cloud Strategy

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It’s not news that companies in every industry are fundamentally transforming the way they do business. Scrappy disruptors are shaking up all the rules, and putting pressure on larger, more traditional competitors. Even established Fortune 500 companies are rededicating themselves to focus on agility, innovation, and a superior customer experience.

What’s driving digital transformation? At the heart of these changes are software applications, which are the springboard to support new services and processes that drive market expansion and increase competitiveness. Today’s organizations are looking closely at how to optimize their existing application portfolios, and also how to provide the best environment for building and running the new apps they need to keep pace in a fast-moving environment.

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