IBM (NYS: IBM) has announced that they'll be going into cloud computing. Already a leader in so many parts of the enterprise space, this is a foray into another gigantic growth market. In the above video, Fool.com analyst Andrew Tonner provides the full run-down on this story, including what it means for current front-runners in the cloud computing arena.
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