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How Long Until We Live In An All-Cloud World?

Sometime pretty soon we could find ourselves living in an all-cloud world. All software and data services will need to be accessed through devices connected to the Internet. Your apps will refuse to work above a basic level of functionality unless you are cloud-connected and can provide some evidence of access to an Internet pipe.
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