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DHagar
DHagar
5/30/2017 8:02:38 PM
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Re: Cloud Era: Growing Together
@dir5288, indeed!  The era of being isolated is over.  We are users of a wider network.  That can be both a plus and a minus.

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DHagar
DHagar
5/30/2017 8:01:05 PM
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Re: Cloud Era: Growing Together
@dir5288 - it makes more sense.  The old model of buying and building everythiing independently is not longer an effective model.  Instead, we can share the basic functiuonalities and buy and develop our specific solutions that align with our needs and businesses.  (Note:  Otherwise we would have storerooms today of massive computers, instead of networked PC's).

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dlr5288
dlr5288
5/30/2017 6:19:05 PM
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Re: Cloud Era: Growing Together
Pretty much! If there's not a great security behind a product or update then what's the point?

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dlr5288
dlr5288
5/30/2017 6:18:23 PM
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Re: Cloud Era: Growing Together
Technology is most definitely growing at a very fast pace! In some ways it's good that we're constantly developing new things, but I agree with you that it can be a bit scary..

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dlr5288
dlr5288
5/30/2017 6:15:42 PM
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Re: Cloud Era: Growing Together
Definitely agree with your point! I think some times we've become so accustomed to not having direct contact with people and too busy with our devices that we lose sight of that!

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dlr5288
dlr5288
5/30/2017 6:14:10 PM
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Re: Cloud Era: Growing Together
I complete agree! Coming together as a unit to save resources and really work well together is crucial, especially today..

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DHagar
DHagar
5/30/2017 2:57:00 PM
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Re: Cloud Era: Growing Together
@mpouraryan, I think that is very true.  I believe there will be different levels of capailities:  The vendors, will just be distributors and there will be platform and/or service providers that will build and create the channels for end-to-end solutions.  I believe that is where the new value will be delivered.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/27/2017 6:07:07 PM
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Re: Cloud Era: Growing Together
As long as it is critical to make it seamless for the end user--it is up to the vendors to make it as simple as possible.  That must never ever be forgotten..

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DHagar
DHagar
5/26/2017 6:06:42 PM
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Re: Cloud Era: Growing Together
@ms.akkineni, well stated.  It has to align today with both vertical and horizontal.  We need to maximize achieving our goals but it has to function within the industry sectors we operate in.  That is one of the reasons it is more complex and we need new information to learn how to navigate in this new environment.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
5/26/2017 8:39:48 AM
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Re: Cloud Era: Growing Together
Thanks @DHagar.

Context sensitive goal setting is much more effective than standard / flat goals. I wouldn't disagree that there has to be set of standard goals to make sure that we are on par with the industry and its direction. In addition a subset of goals must be context sensitive. That will ensure that a company is not bringing itself out of its own boundaries in the verge of catching up with industry standard goals alone.

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