Cloud Computing market: Blip or trend?

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Based up on the Q1 reports, expert David Linthicum says that while some public cloud providers (such as Amazon) continue to show growth, others are starting to see their sales either stall or even decline. Do you think this is the beginning of a trend for cloud companies? Or could it just be a blip in the market?

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