Peter Carlisle, the head of Octagon's Olympics division, has been down this road before as the agent for Michael Phelps.When the world wanted to make the inevitable comparisons between Phelps and Mark Spitz a decade ago, Carlisle stayed clear of that magnetic pull.Don’t forget this step because the cloud is the hunting ground for hackers.One more cloud caution: "You’re not always the only one who has access to your cloud data," added TCDI's Vanderburg.
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