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9 Most Overhyped or Under-Appreciated Cloud Technologies

Mitch Wagner

Cloud technology gets burned by two kinds of hype: too much, and not enough.

On the one hand, you have exaggerated claims made for some cloud technologies. If you believe the evangelists, they'll drive your costs down to zero, revenues up to infinity, whiten your teeth, reverse baldness, and make the dog stop smelling so bad.

On the other hand, some technologies don't get enough love. These are workhorses that can deliver real cost and revenue benefits, but they're not getting talked about a lot.

For our latest special report, Enterprise Cloud News surveyed the field, talked with enterprise practitioners and industry experts, and identified nine technologies that are either overhyped or under-appreciated. The technologies include hybrid cloud, security threats, containers, and more. But which falls in which category? Read the report to find out:

OVERRATED/UNDERRATED: 9 Cloud Technologies That are Under-Appreciated or Overhyped

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Special reports:

-Mergers, Acquisitions & IPOs Are Rocking the Cloud

-Google's Big Enterprise Cloud Bet

-Cloud Skills: What's Hot?


-How IoT & Cloud Will Eat the World

-Evernote's Journey to the Cloud


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