Cloud computing rolling ahead in mobile

mobile cloud computingThe rise of cloud computing technology in the desktop computer space--for both consumers and businesses--has been slow and gradual as users grow accustomed to saving and manipulating data stored in a nameless location by a faceless company. But on the mobile side of things, the transition from local computing and storage to cloud computing and storage is happening so quickly it's almost easy to miss. Check out this FierceWireless feature.

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