Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Apple cloud vs. Google cloud: The philosophical differences

"Apple's approach is not to use the cloud as the computer-in-the-sky the runs all the cool stuff. It doesn't want or need everything to happen in the cloud. Instead, it views the cloud as the conductor of Grand Central Station who makes sure all of the trains run on time and that they make it to the right destinations," Jason Hiner writes for TechRepublic.
 
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