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Conclusion: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is starting to be used in dev/test and production environments by many ANZ organisations. CIOs who get IaaS right will create significant benefits for their organisation, both in cost and agility, and greatly improve the perception of IT with their peers in the organisation.

However, a general lack of experience with Cloud, and the use of outdated infrastructure purchasing approaches, may result in poor IaaS contracts that can cost the organisation hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars per year in excess fees. To combat this, CIOs should adopt a just-in-time approach to IaaS, eliminating vendors that lack the contract terms, or depth of infrastructure resources, to accommodate this approach.

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