Cloud service users are becoming more vocal about what they want from cloud providers and how they want to pay for it — and cloud providers may be listening. Cloud firms are beginning to offer more flexible options and are gradually shifting to utility-style pricing models. There is no single factor pushing the movement toward these changes. However, some of the things potential users want are showing up in their offers, suggests a CloudScreener analysis. There is a need among SMBs for less costly cloud storage capacity, for example.
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