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How can Occupy Wall Street and Cloud Computing help smaller, mid-sized enterprises?

November 11, 2011 No Comments

I’m a news junky. And as a news junky I am, of course, following the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protests. OWS is a movement unlike any I’ve ever seen with its plurality of messages and demands. But one message is clear: there are inequities in our business landscape, both real and perceived. Most business inequities occur naturally in our economy as some businesses have grown and become titans, while others have not. This, after all, is how a free market economy is meant to work. However, it got me to thinking about the old aphorism, “A rising tide lifts all boats.” In these trying economic times we find that the tide is, in fact, not raising all boats. This is especially true for smaller, mid-sized enterprises.

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