Reducing big word terminology

End-users have a tough time. Trying to find a cloud solution, let alone just considering one, usually begins with navigating through the layers of hype and hyperbole. With so many cloud providers communicating with acronyms and big enterprise, big word terminology is it any wonder that cloud adoption is not as great as predicted?

To help end-user, providers and everyone in the cloud marketplace we have produced our own jargon buster. Enjoy.

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