Despite recent revelations regarding the NSA’s extensive surveillance of email messages, Internet traffic and mobile communications, no one expects people or businesses to discard these essential habits and tools. In fact, I believe cloud-based alternatives to traditional, on-premises software and systems will continue to expand in 2014, as providers offer more deployment choices. The skepticism surrounding the “cloud” terminology among some IT and corporate decision-makers is increasingly being converted into measurable business benefits.
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2014 Looks Bright for Cloud Services
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