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Business Benefits of Cloud Computing and the Dynamic Data Center by Richard Stasior
<br />Cloud computing incorporates virtualization, data and application on-demand deployment, online delivery of services and open source software to provide significant business benefits. With virtualization, cloud computing allows a dynamic data center where servers are utilizied based on demand  
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Posté le 22/08/2013 à 08:41 par motion