Separating Value from Hype: Real Hybrid Clouds Benefit Legacy Apps, Too

Depending on whom you're talking to and what you're reading, the term hybrid can get confusing. We see people use the term "hybrid" to cover infrastructure or application environments where pieces of a solution are available on premise or online.  Lately, I've heard someone refer to a channel partner as "hybrid" because they were implementing both online and premise based solutions. And of course, as an integration vendor, my company has hybrid integration. The term "hyper-hybrid" has sprung up around the idea of multiple connected hybrid cloud solutions. Hybrid seems to be one of those popular adjectives like "social" or "cloud" that are used pretty much everywhere and with everything.


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About Betsy Bilhorn

As Vice President, Product Management Betsy Bilhorn is responsible for leading Scribe's new product initiatives.

Prior to joining Scribe, Bilhorn held several leadership positions at SaaS pioneer WebTrends, including participation in the evolution of WebTrends OnDemand. She has also held leadership positions at system integrator, Lease Dimensions, where she managed large deployments of global CRM, ERP, and financial systems, including acquisition and integration.

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