Cloud Computing: It's Not Quite Ready, but You Need to BeCommented on: 4 years ago
(July 23, 2010)
Brian, while I think I understand the point of your article, I still don't see the difference between having your database in a cloud and having your database in a remote hosting facility. Thanks.
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