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Microsoft, Stanford Researchers Tweak Cloud Economics Framework
Mar 3, 2017 - ICT Monitor Worldwide

Cloud computing makes a lot of sense for a rapidly growing number of larger enterprises and other organizations, and for any number of reasons. The increased application flexibility and agility engendered by creating a pool of shared infrastructure resources, the scalability and the cost efficiencies, are all key drivers in an era of ever-embiggening data.

With public and hybrid cloud environments, companies can offload the integration, deployment and management of the infrastructure to a

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