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At Harvard Business Publishing, It Was a Do-or Die Move to Cloud

IT Director Ken Griffin knew a half-committed move to the cloud would never get there; he adopted a lights-out date for the data center.

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Charlie Babcock
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5/1/2017 | 4:58:56 PM
At Harvard Business Publishing, it was full speed ahead, or lights out
Not every company can make a 100% move into the cloud. But the business units of Harvard Business Publishing needed to in order to full participate in the digital age. This is an example of decisive, IT leadership.
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