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Pressures on Bank IT in the Age of Cloud

IT operations face pressures from both business and development teams to provide new and innovative services. Focus is now on keeping ahead of the wave of startups that harness the cloud's rapid business capabilities.
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IT operations face pressures from both business and line-of-business development teams.
IT operations face pressures from both business and line-of-business development teams.

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