In search of a missing Goddess

Schubach, Michael
October 2011
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2011, p30
Trade Publication
The article discusses the author's perspective on the growth and development of cloud computing technology. He relates the topics an mythical story of Greek goddess Athena. The author points out that technological innovations never stops and keep on search for more developments to respond to a wider variety of demands. He stresses that computer software developer invests to bring old fashioned way into modern methodology.


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