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The cloud and small businesses

Gary Woodfine

Freelance Full Stack Developer at threenine.co.uk
Helps businesses by improving their technical proficiencies and eliminating waste from the software development pipelines.

A unique background as business owner, marketing, software development and business development ensures that he can offer the optimum business consultancy services across a wide spectrum of business challenges.

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There is a lot of hype in the media regarding Cloud Computing. There are a number of self-proclaimed cloud experts, extolling the virtues and benefits of cloud computing to small businesses with every breath.  We’ll briefly examine if any of these claims are true or merely part and parcel of over hyped technological solutions.

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