Technology executives are beginning to see through the cloud hype and are becoming increasingly discerning about how and when they adopt hosted technologies and what they expect to get out of them, says Mark Tonsetic, a practice manager at global advisory firm CEB. Tonsetic and his colleagues polled 45 CIOs and found a growing minority are beginning to look pragmatically at the business implications of complex private cloud arrangements, with some CIOs suggesting they plan to delay further investments until public cloud technology matures.

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