The Information: IBM Shakes Up Its Public Cloud Leadership

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Article by Kevin McLaughlin at The Information quoted Michael Fraser, co-founder of Refactr.

The business of renting shared server and computing space to companies is seen as having more long-term growth potential. That’s because more companies that use their own data centers realize they can use public cloud to “augment what they already have” instead of buying more equipment for their data centers, according to Michael Fraser, co-founder of Refactr, a Seattle-based startup that builds software for delivering cloud services and applications.

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