As IBM has been struggling to reposition itself by investing heavily in cloud computing, big data and analytics, and enterprise mobile and social connectivity, so Marist College’s Cloud Computing and Analytics Center (CCAC) has been experimenting with providing software, services, support and training to local businesses “at a fraction of the commercial cost.” (Cloud computing operates like a utility, allowing economies of scale based on shared services and converged infrastructure.)
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