The smaller proprietary and open source ERP vendors have begun to run their software from the cloud. While SAP has been a little ambivalent, there are signs that its customers and partners are racing ahead.
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Search Cloud Computing has compiled an excellent list of top 10 cloud computing leaders with brief, on the mark, annotations.
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Many IT practitioners say they do not have complete knowledge of all the cloud computing resources deployed within their organizations.
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