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Is there anything to fear from Apple's new iCloud storage service? Enterprises with mobile apps and sensitive data might want to educate themselves on exactly what Apple's offering.
Apple released an SDK for iCloud that could have major repercussions for enterprises already struggling to control BYOD.
Apple launches iCloud, a highly anticipated new service that has nothing to do with its namesake, and joins the march of major IT vendors and telcos into whatever they're calling "cloud."