What does your company consider when looking at cloud costs?

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As more companies continue to look at adopting the cloud, one of the biggest benefits is the potential for it to become a cost-saving technology. The SearchCIO team recently had the chance to talk to Forrester Research Vice President James Staten on different factors CIOs need to consider when looking at cloud costs including: Agility, existing legacy systems and current staffs. Do you agree with these factors? What does your company consider when looking at cloud costs?

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