Cloud Computing in South Africa: Reality or Just Hype?

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The South African cloud computing industry is preparing itself for a rapid increase in application and interest. This increase is due to the attractive characteristics of the cloud, such as cost cutting, flexibility and increased productivity through efficient systems. Although there is still debate and confusion surrounding the definitions and timelines of cloud computing, it is highly probable that consumers and enterprises will access more applications and data through the Internet in near future. This will be possible through the uncapped broadband offering, and provide a platform for the understanding of cloud functions.

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