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51% Of People Think Stormy Weather Affects ‘Cloud Computing’  - Business Insider

Saturday, September 1st 2012

If there's a buzzword that's more soporific/confusing than "cloud computing" we're not sure what it is. A survey from Citrix confirms that we're not the only ones who feel this way. It surveyed 1,000 people about cloud computing and found that 51 percent think bad weather affects cloud computing. Another 95 percent don't think they ever use cloud computing, even though they're actually doing a lot in the cloud.

http://www.businessinsider.com/people-think-stormy-weather-affects-cloud-computing-2012-8

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