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Cloud Computing in the logistics

Cloud computing refers to the central management and dynamic provision of applications via a network ('cloud').

 

A cloud enables users to obtain new capacities upon request without having to acquire new hardware. Cloud computing therefore offers enormous flexibility and cost savings.

Cloud computing in logistics

The cloud-based software offers many possibilities, especially in logistics. It is often used in the form of software-as-a-service (SaaS). The enormous flexibility offered by this system is particularly relevant for the complex requirements in logistics.

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