India, Dec. 7 -- If you ask any organization whether it wants to use the latest disruptive technology to differentiate itself from its competition while lowering its total cost of ownership, the response is always going to be, "Yes, but how?"

The barrier to resolving this question is that the latest technology usually challenges well-known architectures that have been commonly used for existing solutions. There typically are unwritten rules of thumb that experienced professionals know for traditional technology, but haven't come across when dealing with the new technology. This disrupts not only the business, but also the workforce. So, organizations are ready to adopt the value of the technology but are worried that they will either imp...