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10 tools to prevent cloud vendor lock-in

from InformationWeek

In enterprise computing, vendor lock-in is too often a fait accompli. Vendor lock-in happens when, for example, a particular company — such as IBM, Microsoft or Cisco Systems — becomes the dominant vendor behind a particular technology and develops products that capture the advance with proprietary elements. That prevents its customers from leaving and ensures that only proprietary vendors can continue to capitalize on the technology. Nobody wants to be caught in proprietary traps in the cloud. These tools can help you avoid being hemmed in by one vendor. more

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