|By Pat Romanski||
|November 22, 2012 08:00 AM EST||
IT organizations that want to build private cloud services face tremendous challenges. The technologies are immature, but they are the easiest hurdle. Processes and funding models must change. Organizational cultures need to be rewritten, even though politics stand in the way. Service orientation requires tight alignment with the business. Measuring success means measuring business results.
Key Issues Addressed:
- How should leadership drive cultural, political and organizational change in IT to deliver private cloud services?
- How should operational processes change to support a private cloud service?
- How should IT use technologies to build a private cloud service?
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