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They should come up with high security to protect their data. 

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Ya you are right because we should think about more important like responsive or mobile version.

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When it comes to apps or web services I get lured towards it as I am looking for many applications for one of my devices.

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I am going through this post and thinking of it's theme and trying to understand what is this post about. At last I can have found something from this post which feels pretty good.
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The Weather Company Is a Good Case In Point
The Weather Company, for one, is not being timid about the use of cloud services. Its new weather prediction platform is the mission-critical core of weather data gathering and prediction, and it's running on Amazon's cloud. It's a bet-the-company move, but executives insist they will also tap the Google Compute cloud and other providers so "we abstract ourselves from being stuck on any one platform" says CIO Bryson Koehler.


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