IT markets in general are going through a period of not just massive growth and change, but also a period of pervasive inconsistency that reduces the ability to see, manage, and account for IT, especially in the traditional ways that have become an integral part of organizational, managerial, and financial cultures.

It’s obvious how the use of Cloud-based IT (e.g., SaaS, IaaS, PaaS, BPaaS) changes how some types of IT are acquired, managed, and accounted for by enterprises – which creates some obvious (and not-so-obvious) changes in how IT developers and providers do business.

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