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Cloud Computing Overview
In the cloud computing model, IT resources are accessed over the Internet (or another network) as a service. There are a variety of cloud computing models, including public cloud computing, where IT resources are shared among users who access the service over the Internet. A private cloud generally limits access to those resources, often has computing resources onsite, and is under more direct control by the customer using the service.
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Recent Cloud Computing Articles
Russell Smith offers up his argument for why the cloud computing competitive advantage means that companies that fail to embrace it could fall behind.
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