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October 24, 2011
Need Some Cloud-Ready Network Solutions?
By Qushawn Clark
Everybody in the tech and business sectors can see the growing importance of cloud computing, and almost everyone is starting to move in that direction. Here are a few companies out there offering enterprise-level cloud solutions and descriptions of what they are actually offering.

1.Citrix Systems

Based in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Citrix Systems is a company that server/desktop virtualization, networking, and cloud infrastructure. They offer an array of cloud-ready products and services, such as the ones listen below:

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