QlikView and the Cloud

The demand for and implementation of virtualization technologies internally within organizations in the last few years has revealed significant savings and reduced risk for many businesses. Cloud is the next logical step beyond internal virtualization. This QlikView technology white paper discusses a variety of cloud and software-as-a-service (SaaS) options—and provides a deeper look at two significant cloud services.
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