Is Dell doing anything with the Cloud?


I haven't heard anything about Dell's commitment to the Cloud. Are they going to produce Cloud servers?

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Michael Dell says that Dell is is acquiring a number of smaller companies to help them produce software and services that can help their products be used on the cloud.

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PC Mag reports that Dell has a new Cloud-based photo uploading service for owners of the Dell Streak tablet devices. They give you 2gb for free, but users can purchase another 5gb for $20. This seems like kind of a ripoff compared to GoogleDocs / Picasa storage, which is 1gb for free,  and you can add 20gb  for an additional $5.

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