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Learn the inside track on what 2014 holds for the cloud, Amazon, Microsoft and which cloud standard is set to come out on top from identity as a service business Okta’s Chris England.


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A Down-to-Earth Cloud


In all the hype about cloud computing, one principle is often obscured: If the technology is not driven by a specific need, the tremendous capabilities of the cloud are likely to be wasted.

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