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Paperspace raises $4 million for enterprise virtual desktops

Paperspace has raised $4 million in funding so that enterprise users can run a full computer in the cloud and stream it to any device. The startup aims to bring a slick virtual desktop experience to the enterprise. Paperspace is already being used by architects, designers, lawyers, accountants, and researchers who can benefit from running a high-performance […]
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