CFO Skepticism of Cloud Computing is Clearing Up

Nov 25, 2011
Patrick Hoge, San Francisco Business Times

Distrust of “cloud computing” lingers among corporate finance executives, particularly around security, but experts say uncertainty is eroding in the face of compelling economics. The savings offered by a wide range of Internet-delivered services ranging from customer relations to payroll management are significant.

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