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The cloud promises to be one of the most dramatic transformations in technology since IT shifted from mainframes to client server systems. Cloud computing comes in different shapes and sizes, and the architecture used will have an impact on the network. Network managers must be involved in cloud architecture decision-making, and must understand the impact that private, public, or hybrid clouds will have on the network. Read this e-guide to learn more about network planning for cloud computing.  Access >>>

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  • Public clouds
  • Private clouds
  • Hybrid clouds

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