New Racsa Services in 2010

For $55 per month, 'Radiográfica Costarricense' will offer Cloud Computing services.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009


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For this monthly fee, the user will receive a basic suite comprising a terminal, free software, Internet access and email account.

Mario Estrada, Racsa's marketing manager, told Nacion.com: "The 'cloud' will be located in Racsa's servers. In them we will store the data, and the customer will be able to load his configuration and documents from any Internet-enabled computer".

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