Cloud represents 'the next cycle in computing' and successful start-ups prove it, says Google

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Barak Regev also tells Bloomberg Enterprise Technology Summit that mobile is 'the gasoline' of cloud

Cloud forms the most important part of the ‘next cycle of computing' and it's being driven by the rise of mobile devices and user demand to access applications from anywhere, at any time. That's according...

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