Savvas, Antony
October 2008
Computer Weekly;10/7/2008, p33
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the assertion of Gartner Inc. regarding cloud computing. Gartner has revealed that the technology has been loosely applied and defined differently, as well as established confusion in the market. Gartner has also defined the technology as a style of computing in which massively scalable capabilities related to information technology have been offered as a service with the use of the Internet.


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