The economy is doing well. Even the Fed is looking to figure out ways to slow things down, so the economic boom does not become overheated and then collapse.

How will the good economy affect the adoption of cloud computing? Most people answer quickly that it’s good for cloud. But that’s not always the case. Some technologies are more valuable the worse the economic climate.

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Cloud computing rose in the tough economic times of a decade ago. Enterprises were seeking ways to cut costs, and cloud computing was a major weapon in doing that. Indeed, my cloud computing consulting dance card was full while the banks where failing, because I was the “save money” guy.

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