July 13, 2010
Microsoft, Fujitsu team up for global cloud computing services
NEW YORK (Kyodo) -- Microsoft Corp. said Monday it will join up with Fujitsu Ltd. to provide worldwide "cloud computing" solutions, a burgeoning business through which applications and data can be accessed via the Internet.
The companies, which have for years been in partnership in corporate computer systems development and personal computer business, aim to establish a platform for the new business soon.
Full Story @ The Mainichi Daily News
I don't know how the average Japanese windblows user feels but over here we trust Microsoft with our data as much as we trust the government to tell the truth.
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