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It's amazing how quickly Wall Street firms have shifted their position on cloud computing. After several years of shunning the cloud for a lack of security, capital markets firms now acknowledge that they are aggressively pursuing cloud deployments.

But the cloud isn't without its dangers. The help you optimize your cloud strategy, the May digital edition of Wall Street & Technology analyzes the latest cloud developments and best practices, and examines how cloud computing is transforming the Street. This special digital edition of Wall Street & Technology is available for download now.

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In This Issue:

  • THE GREAT BUSINESS CASE IN THE SKY: The cloud promises lower costs, increased flexibility and improved performance. How can Wall Street resist?
  • CLOUD REGULATION ON THE HORIZON: As cloud computing gains steam in the capital markets, regulators are certain to take action.
  • BEWARE THE CLOUD: The cloud is the future, according to Larry Tabb. But as Amazon's recent cloud crash showed, it's not always safe.
  • PLUS:
    • Why You Should Adopt Cloud
    • IT Spending Soars on Cloud Investments
    • Transformative Powers: The Cloud Spawns New Business Models
    • Easing the Compliance Burden With Cloud Solutions

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