Are there cloud related issues that are slowing your decision to migrate?

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Speaking at this week's E2 conference in Boston, Jay Wessel, the vice president of IT for the Boston Celtics chronicled his initial hesitation toward cloud migration. Although originally skeptical, the promise of reduce layers of complexity, cost, and administration time changed his mind. And while he was quick to admit that not all of his cloud-based endeavors have succeeded, he feels the transition has been worth it. If you are wrestling with transition to the cloud, what is holding you up?

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