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  • Tech Trends 2014: Cloud orchestration
    CIOs should be making deliberate investments in developing advanced integration and data management capabilities to support cloud-to-cloud and cloud-to-core models.
  • Tech Trends 2014: Real-time DevOps
    Early adopters of real-time DevOps have the opportunity to profoundly impact their IT shop, accelerating IT delivery, improving quality, and better aligning with the business.
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    When software designers, systems engineers and business leaders work closely with testing teams from the earliest stages of IT development projects, the likelihood that new applications will perform as expected can increase dramatically.
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    Everyone knows that only public clouds can deliver the system flexibility and scalability a business needs, at a price point it can afford. Right? Not so fast. Recent technological improvements have revved up computing power and driven down operating costs. Is it time to take a second look at in-house ERP?
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    Gartner’s Competitive Landscape report ranked Deloitte second based on aggregate member firm revenue forecasts in global Business Analytics and Information Management services providers.
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