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Increasing accessibility with cloud computing

With businesses increasingly spread over multiple offices in different regions or countries, it’s vital for staff to be able to access all the data they need from anywhere. A distributed workforce also needs tools to make collaboration and file sharing simple. Microsoft’s Mark Taylor and Jon Honeyball discuss how cloud computing can bring a distributed workforce together.

Increasing accessibility with cloud computing
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