Cloud Computing a boon for the heartland

In this article in AlwaysOn, Greg Ness writes about how cloud computing may be further freeing IT workers from having to live near big cities and, along with telecommuting, bringing good jobs to rural America.  Not unlike how electricity and the automobile freed industrial plants from needing to be concentrated in big cities or near rivers.  The strategic resource for rural areas to attract cloud computing "factories": access to cheap power.

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