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Cloud Computing for Increased Business Value

@inproceedings{Aljabre2012CloudCF,
  title={Cloud Computing for Increased Business Value},
  author={Abdulaziz Aljabre},
  year={2012}
}
In today’s business world with the amount of economic downturn and loss happening every day, the need for reliable, yet affordable technology is needed more than ever; cloud computing fills that void. Cloud computing offers its customers reliable service at flexible prices that do not break the bank. However, as good and innovative as cloud computing may be, it does not necessarily mean that cloud computing is good for all businesses. By researching the cloud computing services available, this… Expand
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