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U.S. And U.K. Show Cloud Adoption Divide
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Cloudtalk
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Cloudtalk,
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3/25/2013 | 4:04:37 PM
re: U.S. And U.K. Show Cloud Adoption Divide
Yes real time to get cloud mainstream.

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benkayne
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2/7/2013 | 5:23:06 PM
re: U.S. And U.K. Show Cloud Adoption Divide
I should say that overall Cloud Computing is on its rise and the figures will keep rising whether U.S. or U.K. http://www.sysmoth.com/cloud-c...
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Byurcan,
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2/6/2013 | 4:50:20 PM
re: U.S. And U.K. Show Cloud Adoption Divide
I wonder if different regulatory and/or risk management issues in the UK as opposed to the US is one of the reasons for the fact that there's less usage of the cloud for private data storage there


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