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Will the Cloud be Your Next Data Center?

Learn how cloud computing can help your organization deliver business applications faster and cheaper than traditional development platforms. The elasticity and agility of the Force.com platform lets IT focus on innovation while significantly reducing infrastructure and operational costs. These tran
Learn how cloud computing can help your organization deliver business applications faster and cheaper than traditional development platforms. The elasticity and agility of the Force.com platform lets IT focus on innovation while significantly reducing infrastructure and operational costs. These transformational benefits are leading many CIOs to ponder whether the future of data centers is “no data centers.”
Recorded Mar 31 2009
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Ariel Kelman Senior Director, Platform Product Marketing at Salesforce.com
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