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  • Cloud computing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_computing - 14 hours ago

    Cloud computing is a computing term or metaphor that evolved in the late 2000s,
    based on utility and consumption of computer resources. Cloud computing ...

  • What is Cloud Computing? A Webopedia Definition


    Comparable to grid computing, cloud computing relies on sharing resources
    rather than having local servers handle applications.

  • What is cloud computing? - Definition from WhatIs.com


    While the cloud computing definition has evolved, basics remain. The three
    pillars of cloud -- public, private and hybrid –offer benefits like elasticity, flexibility
    and ...

  • IBM Cloud Computing: What is cloud computing? - United States


    Cloud computing, often referred to as simply “the cloud,” is the delivery of on-
    demand computing resources—everything from applications to data centers—
    over ...

  • How Cloud Computing Works - HowStuffWorks


    Cloud computing lets you use files and applications over the Internet. Learn
    about the benefits and drawbacks to cloud computing.

  • What is Cloud Computing Technology? - Salesforce.com


    Cloud computing applications branch out well beyond CRM. Salesforce.com
    customers are building more apps, and building better apps. All with less cost
    and ...

  • What is Cloud Computing by the Rackspace Cloud


    What is Cloud Computing at The Rackspace Cloud. Live Chat with us or Call
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  • Cloud Computing Magazine


    Covering the latest news and featuring original articles on Cloud Computing.

  • AWS | What is Cloud Computing - Benefits of the Cloud


    Explore the benefits of cloud computing with Amazon Web Services – provider for
    Netflix, Nasa JPL, Airbnb and more.

  • Cloud Computing - Microsoft


    Microsoft approaches cloud computing as a way to help customers take a key
    step toward better business agility, economics, and user experiences. We also ...