Starting this week, I.B.M. is introducing some initial products and services and a roadmap for its stable of corporate and government customers to comfortably embrace cloud computing, reports the New York Times.
Cloud computing--in which vast stores of information and processing resources can be tapped from afar, over the internet, using a personal computer, cellphone or other device--holds great promise in the corporate market. The cloud model, analysts say, has
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