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Get ready for the personal cloud

August 3, 2012 No Comments

I hear a lot about personal clouds these days — so much so that I figured it was a good idea to talk about what they are and the value they may bring.

A few types of personal clouds are gaining traction. One type covers the exclusive use for an individual, not a business; I’ll call these “public/personal clouds.” Another type covers clouds that exist in a home or a business and are managed by an individual; I’ll call these “private/personal clouds.”

Gartner vouches for public/personal clouds: “Consumers spend over $2 trillion a year on content, devices and services, and the emergence of personal clouds reflects their desire to access content on any device without complications or restrictions.”

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