Cloud Computing as Innovation: Cases and Practices
Cloud computing is becoming the harbinger of the service dimension in the external IT and business services industry.
A continuing evolution from offering IT products to providing business services.
In-house IT leaders becoming high-performing and business-savvy IT-sourcing architects.
A reconfiguration of the supply industry that will take much longer than five years to feel its full impact.
Innovations in business models. Except for those “born in the cloud,” it could take at least a decade beyond 2020–2025, to work through transformations for the vast majority of organizations.
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