iCloud: Should I believe the hype?
jroberts 2 years ago
As a business exec looking to invest in the most cost effective small business development, should I believe the hype surrounding this? It appears for the most part to be a consumer-oriented technology. But, in the past, consumer technologies have morphed into valuable business tools (IM, for example). Is iCloud something that could prove useful to a modern business interested in expanding its footprint with an extended network of teleworkers and remote partners?
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