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IDC commends Cloud architecture and Cisco services for the Enterprise

28/07/2014 by

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DC research has deemed Cisco Powered cloud services to be “enterprise class” in terms of offering value points for customers such as availability, reliability, sustainability, and scalability.

A recent IDC whitepaper entitled Cisco Powered Cloud: A view from the front lines of delivering customer value, offers perspective on the value of Cisco Powered cloud services to end-customer businesses from 20 Cisco cloud partners.

These partners comprise a cadre of companies that play multiple roles in the delivery of cloud services to their customers, including EMC, NetApp, and VMware, Extrinsica Global, plus regional and global telecommunications providers; value-added resellers (VARs) and system integrators (SIs).

“We have set out right from the very beginning with all the services we provide… to deliver genuine enterprise-class quality, and in many customers’ minds, Cisco is associated with that,” says Simon Smith, CEO and founder, Extrinsica Global. “Cisco has a reasonable claim to say that their technology underpins the best cloud providers.”

This article has been extracted from  www.computerworld.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.computerworld.com.au/brand-post/content/551014/idc-commends-cloud-architecture-and-cisco-services-for-the-enterprise/

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