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US telecom giant Verizon recently has made a series of announcements and investments that it hopes will position it as an important Cloud services provider for large enterprises. Saugatuck understands the goals and the rationale, but we’re not at all certain that Verizon will be able to accomplish what it has planned.

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Comments (1)
The adoption of cloud computing by enterprises of all sizes is old news. Your article states, "But we also understand that history suggests that Verizon is unlikely to gain significant LE Cloud IT services share without some significant changes in its business." Really? What history? Your article offers nothing at all to support your thesis. Yes, the Terremark acquisition is taking a big stake in the cloud, and of course Verizon will rebrand Terremark's service offerings as it restructures its portfolio. But why is the outlook "cloudy", and why are "significant changes in its business" needed? We will have to read elsewhere to find out.
Posted by Robert M | Monday, November 11 2013 at 11:07AM ET
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