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August 12, 2011


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Jonathan Marks

Enjoyed your piece. I agree. The future is hybrid, based on local needs of the users. The tablet is becoming a very useful device for people on the move, especially for explaining something or inputting something simple. But trying to write a Powerpoint or do work on a spreadsheet on a tablet is a very expensive way to set up a business.

I think the same arguments apply to cloud computing. For some places it's brilliant. But for areas with frequent power outages and very expensive bandwidth, it's going to be decades before it makes economic sense.

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