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Mehrdad Saberi

Business history illustrates that giving up control of your business will eventually prove detrimental therefore giving up the “production environment” of a legitimate enterprise to a “Public Cloud” simply based on brand recognition or advertising exposure will become detrimental now if Amazon and Sony’s outages are any indication, and of course suicidal after the cloud bubbles burst.

It is important to also note that there are “Private Cloud” infrastructures providing tangible solutions without taking the production control away from the business. The buyers that posses the ability to correlate their business requirement with their perspective vendor history and background in relation to the vendor offerings, will ultimately make the right decision and gain from the significant cost savings not to mention process advantages.

Since luxury cannot be commoditized, the buyer with the ability and experience to distinguish between luxury and commoditization will win in the long run.

-Mehrdad Saberi

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