Les Mills moves to the cloud: pain before gain

In a perfect world, people would move to cloud computing because they were impressed by the cost-savings and convenience of doing everything online.

In real life, many only take the plunge after a disaster with their inhouse systems (and I suspect the same is true with individuals – it certainly was for me after a hard drive died, wiping out multiple files that were out-of-date on my offline backups, that I was spurred to pay a few extra dollars a month to upgrade to an 80GB Google Drive account).

 

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