The question is not whether or not you or your customers will be entering "The Cloud", but how soon you / they will do it.
Companies like google or salesforce.com are already taking full advantage of this new type of blurry infrastructure to reach global customers that are increasingly reluctant to invest in IT equipment, software licenses, and system administrators.
Any company looking for ways to add IT capabilities temporarily with no investments in infrastructure, personnel, or software will jump in "the Cloud" at some point.
As a provider of pay-per-use and subscription based services, AROBS has already established a strong presence in Cloud computing. Products like Track GPS (vehicle fleet tracking and management), SpeedTraps (traffic event warning and reporting), EcoLocator (ecological HotSpot reporting and monitoring), or Hotelzon mobile are just a few example of such solutions.
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