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How the Cloud Changes the Game for Line of Business Managers in Midsize Companies

How the Cloud Changes the Game for Line of Business Managers in Midsize Companies

Midsized businesses that are highly competitive and innovative are well served by cloud computing. The energy, agility and responsiveness of a midsized business allow it to take on large, global players. Still, all midsized businesses face lean budgets and limited resources that can affect product support, lifecycles and marketing.

Still, all midsized businesses face lean budgets and limited resources that can effect product support, lifecycles and marketing. Enter the cloud. In many ways, the cloud is custom-made to provide advantages to mid-sized business, notes Frost & Sullivan in "How the Cloud Changes the game for Line of Business Managers in Mid-size Companies".

Enter the cloud. In many ways, the cloud seems custom-made to provide advantages to midsized business, note Frost & Sullivan in "How the Cloud Changes the Game for Line of Business Managers in Midsize Companies".

The paper provides insights into how the cloud can help midsized companies to overcome their challenges and maintain their focus on customers and on growth through innovation.

Learn how cloud computing can help you better serve the needs of the line-of-business managers you support; download and read this Frost & Sullivan stratecast today.
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