Freemium businesses boom as computing costs fall

Freemium businesses boom as computing costs fall
A decade ago, such businesses would have struggled to offer free services to lots of customers because the cost of computer servers and storage was so high. In 2000, the cost of a customer running a basic Internet application through the cloud was

The Sky's the Limit: A Look at Dell's Cloud
With regards to where we're at in the cloud today, the industry is still very young. When you look at the different eras of computing – the mainframe era, the PC client server era, the Internet era and the virtual era – all of these changes have
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Cloud: The last great shift in the software industry
More often, the term "private cloud" is abused by people who are just trying to slap a new coat of paint on the client/server architecture that we know is already dead. Workforce churn is going to play a huge part in the adoption of cloud services in
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