IBM took the wraps off a new cloud computing center in Canada this week which it says will allow Canadian businesses to take advantage of the benefits offered by cloud computing while complying with Canadian security and privacy laws.

The $42 million IBM Cloud Compute Center in Toronto will allow businesses and organizations to develop, host and test applications on a pay-as-you-go model. IBM said confidential information is protected and kept securely resident in Canada, in accordance with Canadian privacy laws.

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