Slideshow 2010 top cloud computing provider


#3: The Software as a Service giant was quick to see that a few tweaks to its business line would be enough to enjoy the unprecedented explosion of interest in cloud. As it steadily reduces subscription fees in favor of pay-as-you go, its customer relationship management (CRM) services are rapidly approaching bargain-basement cloud expectations.

For the gun-shy afraid to develop in the Wild West of Amazon Web Services or Rackspace, the company built and touts the proprietary development platform as a soup to nuts cloud service.


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This was first published in February 2010

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