Dividing up computing capacity inside an organization is not only cutting a company's ties to fixed-in place servers -- it's cutting the cords of managers to the hardware that they are supervising.

"Now, all of a sudden, there's a lot of rope," said Brian Stevens, chief technology officer of Red Hat, a supplier of Linux operating systems and support, at the first Bloomberg Enterprise Technology Summit in midtown Manhattan.

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