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Survey: After Sidekick Failure Would You Buy Cloud Services?

Microsoft confirmed this morning that it will begin recovering data for Sidekick users. The move caps off a week of turmoil for cloud computing advocates, which began with Microsoft’s Danger subsidiary announcing the loss of Sidekick data.
Written by Dave Greenfield, Contributor on

Microsoft confirmed this morning that it will begin recovering data for Sidekick users. The move caps off a week of turmoil for cloud computing advocates, which began with Microsoft’s Danger subsidiary announcing the loss of Sidekick data. You can read more about it here and the ensuing law suits here. Now its your turn to tell MIcrosoft what you think about the outage....

The big question, I think, is the impact these failures will have on your decision to go with cloud computing. Has Sidekick’s failure changed the way you view cloud computing? Take the survey below and let us know. (You may have to wait a minute for the survey to load.)

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