Microsoft and the Cloud: Five Essential Things To Know
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Many of the world’s leading companies are making significant investments in the cloud, and cloud computing continues to evolve. The fact that a company can fulfill its computing requirements on an as-needed basis by simply purchasing services is a key benefit of the cloud. Essentially, cloud computing consists of a “pay for use” model similar to what a utility company offers. A company’s size and its computing prerequisites dictate the scale of services it will require. Cloud features, such as scalability and on-demand resource allocation, are fundamental to why an increasing number of small companies and large enterprises are incorporating the cloud into their business.

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