The cloud capitalists – Apple, Facebook, Google, Amazon – present themselves as the next step of the networked world. Cloud computing allows our data to be stored remotely so it is always there to be accessed from any device we like. For consumers juggling a mass of data on an array of devices, this offers a benign mix of reliability and flexibility. Business should benefit too. The smallest start-up may be able to create an IT infrastructure from sales to manufacture in a few clicks. Financial Times

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