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Are you talking about a public free cloud? Nobody needs to offer that, as I
say, any desktop can work as it's own server, so anyone can install it
locally, having a little cloud installed in their own desktop. And if, a
company wants to offer it on a server for many people, it will work too.

Do you understand what I mean? Any vendor could provide a SaaS solution too.
Look at Zimbra (PIM), for example, they have a full functional web

Enterprises are looking to reduce TCO with public or private clouds, so that
they don't have to manage and administer clients.


On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 22:39, Andy Brown <> wrote:

On Thu Jan 27 2011 13:32:42 GMT-0800 (PST)  Jaime R. Garza wrote:

Exactly, that's my point, having a HTML5 GUI, you can install it locally
in the cloud. You can always install it in a desktop for offline usage.

And just who is going to put up the money to pay for this "cloud"?  I, for
one, do not have several thousand dollars(US) to pay for such.

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