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I've been trying to find information about cloud computing for a report. I found Opsource as an example but I don't know what is its intended uses and who might use this kind of service? What kind of work or business will use this kind of service?

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Opsource Cloud is a cloud host. A large corporation could outsource their cloud computing needs to them (paying by the hour or by usage. They could set up an internal collaborative VPN, an e-Commerce site, service delivery or whatever.

OpSource cloud purports to provide the level of security, performance & control a business would need in order to move mission critical business components into the cloud.

Check out the brochure.

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