Haste Makes Waste: Charging for Cloud Computing

Today, many business and technology stakeholders are steering their companies toward the fashionable realm of “cloud computing.” Cloud computing is a general term for the delivery of hosting and other

services over the Internet. Instead of storing data in-house, the data and data applications are stored remotely, with access to the data provided via the Internet (the “cloud” in “cloud computing”).

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