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Whether seen or unseen, clouds exist above buildings and trees, carrying unknown quantities of particles and molecules that can transform any landscape or environment.
The same is true for clouds in networks and technology. In the 2010s, cloud environments and services saw an uptick in popularity, yet IT teams have a multitude of factors, architectures and capabilities to consider before they invest in cloud services or move network resources to cloud environments. Teams must evaluate how cloud environments could affect their existing network infrastructure because it's a matter of how -- not if -- networks change with cloud capabilities.
The following 10 questions dive deep into the world of cloud networking and the technology's potential effects on organizations.