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Published By: IBM APAC     Published Date: May 18, 2017
Welcome to IT as a Service For Dummies, IBM Limited Edition. IT as a Service is the emerging technique that gives technology leaders the flexibility of providing the right set of services to the business. The world of IT is changing dramatically. Businesses are increasingly discovering that IT services are becoming the foundation for the customer experience. IT as a Service isn’t simply a new delivery model for applications. Instead, IT as a Service is a new approach to providing an array of modular services that are targeted to solve changing business problems. While services can be as straightforward as compute or storage in the cloud, they can also be used to complex solutions. Other services may include microservices or integration services that enable a business to quickly create new solutions to help service customers in a more creative and efficient manner.
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Published By: BMC Software     Published Date: May 16, 2011
Learn more on how users can customize their cloud services - while you maintain control.
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bmc software, custom cloud, cloud computing, modular cloud service, lilac schoenbeck, bsm, business srvice management, service level agreement, sla
    
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Jul 11, 2016
Read more to learn how Cisco® ONE Enterprise Cloud Suite delivers a modular approach to hybrid-ready private cloud that allows you to adopt cloud services at a pace that is comfortable for your business.
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Dec 21, 2016
Cisco® ONE Enterprise Cloud Suite delivers a modular approach to hybrid-ready private cloud that allows you to adopt cloud services at a pace that is comfortable for your business.
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