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 the potential to cut the costs, complexity and headaches of technology for companies and government agencies. (Read "Cloud Computing: The Economic Imperative")

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