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2012 may prove to be the "awkward teenage phase" of cloud computing, but is that such a bad thing?

This week’s important resources:

1. Cloud in 2012: the awkward teenage phase? – “Cloud computing won’t play out exactly like client-server or the Internet era did but there are strong similarities and the early years were the most painful. To that aim, it’s time to put our soothsayer’s hat back on and read the tarot for cloud in 2012.” http://zd.net/tsReUD

2. What is the future of productivity? Check out Microsoft Office’s vision: http://bit.ly/swbyZ6

3. This blogger suggests the paperless dream is dead. Is it? – “Furthermore, a side effect of the supposed paperless revolution has been the immense ease with which one can click the “print” icon and spit out hundreds of pages in seconds, with only the smell of hot paper and burnt toner to remind one of the shattered dreams of paperless nirvana.” http://tek.io/rJOTsE

4. Cloud computing is expected to grow 12-fold by 2015. That’s a 66% compound annual growth rate! – “Cloud is also estimated today to be 11 percent of data center traffic, growing to more than 33 percent of the total by 2015. Cloud is becoming a critical element for the future of IT and delivery of video and content.” http://bit.ly/uxG605

Check out our latest blog post, too:

The American Society of Agronomy saved time, money, and space with FileBound – “Document access has been greatly enhanced and FileBound’s feature-rich security module secures access to information. All membership data and images are backed up to their network, ensuring the information will always be available.” http://wp.me/pzH66-uz

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