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IBM introduced the first desktop PC in 1981—the same year as Sage’s inception in Newcastle, UK, developing an estimating and accounting software for small businesses.
The term “Cloud” started becoming a buzzword about seven years ago, when software vendors began more strongly pushing Internet-based computing and “hosted” software solutions as viable alternatives to on premise (internally housed).
A small business’s journey towards business profitability is an uphill battle.
I don’t know why I feel a little territorial every time I hear the word Cloud coming from one of our sales or marketing guys. The term has taken so many twists and turns in the last 20 years, so I thought that a short respite to look where we have been and, more importantly, where we are going and what have we gotten, as a result of this Cloud Computing thing.