IABM has recently produced a detailed media technology report for its members on the latest initiatives and deployments of cloud. What follows is a summary of its key findings.
Media Technology Special on Cloud taken from IABM Business Intelligence Digest from March 2019.
Cloud technology can be defined as a type of computing enabling users to access a variety of IT-based services via the Internet.
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