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Cloud computing is not a picnic

Sydney Morning Herald | April 17, 2012
Risks of putting digital life in cloud.

"We value the fact that our customers are trusting us with that data, and we offer the functionality to take that data at any time," Strharsky says. "Some customers will be using that data to do additional analysis, and others will be using it to jump ship if they find a better solution. Either way, it keeps us honest."

 

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