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Cloud Computing Service or a Mirage of Hot Air?

October 13, 2011 No Comments

The term cloud computing has become a constant fixture in the media – and indeed in the boardroom. It seems that you can’t have a conversation in IT without the term coming up at least once. The reasons for this are clear; the economic outlook continues to look bleak and in these times of austerity everyone is trying to cut costs, and specifically avoid large capital expenditure, while still trying to do things more quickly. Cloud in its truest form, with its promises of reduced CAPEX and increased IT scalability, can deliver on this. But, and it’s a big but, we are increasingly seeing things being associated with cloud that simply don’t fit into the model of cloud computing.

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