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The utility model of computing - computing resources delivered over the network in much the same way that electricity or
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"The utility model of computing - computing resources delivered over the network in much the same way that electricity or telephone service reaches our homes and offices today - makes more sense than ever"

- Scott McNealy

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In this quote, Scott McNealy is describing the idea of energy computing, which is the delivery of calculating resources over a network. He compares this to the method electrical power and telephone services are provided to our homes and workplaces. This suggests that calculating resources, such as storage and processing power, can be accessed remotely through a network, instead of being physically kept on a gadget. McNealy believes that this design of computing is ending up being increasingly pertinent and useful, as it enables more effective and versatile use of resources. It also removes the requirement for people and organizations to purchase expensive hardware and infrastructure, making it a more cost-efficient alternative.

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Scott McNealy This quote is written / told by Scott McNealy somewhere between November 13, 1954 and today. He was a famous Businessman from USA. The author also have 6 other quotes.

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