Think carefully before considering cloud repatriation

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Most IT leaders have assets moved to the cloud to achieve some combination of better, faster, or cheaper compute and storage services. They also expect to benefit from the expertise of cloud providers—expertise that isn’t easy for companies to develop and maintain in house, unless your company happens to be a technology provider. “While computing power and hardware costs are lower on the cloud, your approach may not allow you to enjoy these savings,” explains Neal Sample, consultant and former CIO of Northwestern Mutual. “For example, if you move the front end of an application to the cloud, b…

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