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Growing the Cloud, Greening the Planet

February 3, 2011 No Comments

Readers of this website may be more in-tune about what “The Cloud” is than the masses — although maybe a couple dozen raised their hand in recognition, out of several hundred attendees at the State of Green Business Forum this morning — the odds are about 100 percent that you’re intimately connected to The Cloud.

Cloud computing, the distribution of IT services to remote data centers — think webmail, YouTube, Twitter, and so on — has become ubiquitous in recent years, and it’s only going to expand in prominence.

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