Tips For Drafting Cloud Method Claims Post-Akamai

Law360, New York (November 26, 2012, 1:00 PM EST) -- The number of cloud computing service offerings has risen dramatically over the past couple years. At its core, cloud computing refers to the provision of remote computer resources and/or services over a network, such as the Internet. Example resources that are accessible via the cloud may include software, server usage and storage space. For instance, a cloud service may store data provided by an end user, and the end user may access the stored data from an Internet-enabled or mobile device.

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