Cloud Computing Economics

Guest blog on Cloud Computing Economics:
“Cloud Computing and the Art of Sourcing”, call for writers:

Information and Information processing has become a remarkable asset for organizations, one with some particular properties. It has made the evolution from a tangible to an intangible asset where the marginal costs has become almost zero. Because of this it is worthwhile to spend some time thinking about this asset. Has it really become a commodity that you can outsource any time?

And for your information, about is run by the Institute of Computer Science at University of Tartu in Estonia. It is the biggest research institution in the Baltics (Skype was invented and developed there) and has a special focus on Cloud Computing and all economics aspects of Cloud Computing.

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