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Killexams : Cloud of controversy follows ‘Dr. Hydrogen’

Roger Billings, the Gallatin, Mo., businessman who wants to convert Lawrence’s idled Farmland Industries plant into a hydrogen fuel-cell manufacturing facility, has a reputation that precedes him.

Several, in fact.

To some, Billings is viewed as a successful computer engineer and pioneer in the field of using hydrogen as a fuel source.

To others, he’s a preacher of polygamy with bogus academic credentials.

Billings has received a lot of press coverage over the last decade, in large part because of a $220 million patent infringement lawsuit he filed in 1991 against computer giant Novell Inc. He’s also been criticized for receiving a doctorate degree from a nonaccredited science academy that he co-founded in the mid-1980s in Independence, Mo.

During the course of the legal proceedings with Novell, several people made allegations, which Billings said were false, that he preached the divine necessity of polygamy at a church that he founded.

Billings contends that much of the publicity has been generated by Novell, which seeks to damage his reputation in case his lawsuit ever goes to trial.

“Novell has done a propaganda job on me,” Billings said.

All the talk has at least one Lawrence resident urging city, county and state officials to be cautious in their dealings with Billings and his efforts to buy the Farmland property.

Roger Billings has signed a letter of intent to purchase the Farmland site on the eastern edge of Lawrence. Billings' primary use for the plant would be to manufacture hydrogen fuel cells for use by the automotive industry, an emerging technology.

Arly Allen invested in Billings’ then-publicly traded company, Billings Corp., in the early 1980s. His investment in the company, which was touting hydrogen fuel as the next big technological advancement, never returned a dime.

“My reaction to all of this is that you want to be very careful with Mr. Billings,” Allen said. “You want to get cash on the barrelhead. Don’t accept any promises, and make sure everything is tied down very well.

“My opinion is that there is a lot more flash and dash than there is substance in his background.”

Lawrence plans

Billings has big plans for the 467-acre fertilizer plant, which has sat vacant along Kansas Highway 10 on the eastern edge of Lawrence since 2001, when it fell victim to a downturn in the fertilizer industry.

He has signed a letter of intent to purchase the entire site and all of its remaining fertilizer equipment. His primary use for the plant would be to manufacture hydrogen fuel cells, an emerging technology that could allow vehicles to operate on clean-burning hydrogen rather than gasoline.

Billings also wants to do some fertilizer production at the site. He said he had identified a buyer for the fertilizer that the plant could still produce. He said having fertilizer production would be a boost to his hydrogen fuel-cell business because it would provide the company with cash while the fuel-cell technology became more widely adopted.

The multimillion dollar deal — exact financial terms haven’t been disclosed — is far from being completed. Both Billings and Farmland are in discussions with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and the Environmental Protection Agency. Both groups would have to approve a plan for Billings to continue cleanup efforts at the site, which sustained environmental damage while it was used as a fertilizer facility from 1954 to 2001.

Farmland is selling the property as part of its bankruptcy proceeding, and the bankruptcy court must deliver final approval of the sale. As part of the bankruptcy process, the court allows other interested parties to bid on the property.

Name: Roger BillingsAge: 56Family: Married to Tonja Billings for 31 years. Father of nine children.Occupation: President of Billings Energy Corp., an Independence, Mo.-based hydrogen energy research company; President of WideBand Corp., a Gallatin, Mo.-based computer networking company; and founder of Acellus Labs, an Independence-based developer of teaching software.Education: Co-founder of the International Academy of Science, a nonaccredited institution in Independence, Mo. Received his doctor of research degree from the institution as one of its first students. Also has a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Brigham Young University.In the news: Filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Novell Inc. in 1991. The case is still in court. Seeking more than $700 million in damages from the company.

Billings said his project could produce 100 jobs for the area during the next two years and could grow to 700 to 800 jobs by the end of the decade, depending on how quickly Detroit automakers adopt fuel cell technology.

Past successes

Billings has had successes in the business world before.

After receiving an engineering degree from Brigham Young University in the mid-1970s, Billings started Billings Computer Corp. in his hometown of Provo, Utah, in 1977.

It made him a player in the computer world. Billings is fond of telling a story about how he sat in Bill Gates’ apartment in the late 1970s and negotiated a deal for Gates to write software code for Billings new “microcomputers,” which were later used as the design for some of RadioShack’s earliest models.

“Billings Computer Corp. was pretty well known,” Billings said. “We sold thousands and thousands of machines all over the world.”

Billings also had success as the president of another company, Caldisk, which was involved in creating the doubled-sided floppy disk drive for computers.

Billings claims his success in the computer world goes far beyond those two companies. He contends that in the late 1970s he was the first person to come up with a specific method for connecting multiple computers together via a network.

That contention is the basis for his lingering lawsuit against Novell. Billings alleges that at a computer conference in 1982 he demonstrated his networking system to three people who later became the brain trust of Novell’s popular networking program. A year later, Provo-based Novell introduced its own version of the networking system, which it dubbed NetWare. Billings sued in 1991 seeking $220 million, a number based on a percentage of sales at the time. The dollar figure that he is seeking now is more than $700 million and growing with each sale.

Novell, which largely through the success of its networking systems has grown to a multibillion dollar company, has vigorously fought Billings’ allegations.

But Billings did receive a patent for the invention in 1987. Last year, the U.S. Patent Office reversed its decision and pulled the patent after researching it for more than 10 years at the request of Novell. Billings is appealing the decision to the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Polygamy preacher?

The Farmland site on the eastern edge of Lawrence.

Gordon Stokes, a former teacher of Billings at BYU and a former consultant for his computer company, calls Billings’ lawsuit against Novell “phony.”

But Stokes, who is now the associate dean of computer science and engineering at Utah Valley State College, said Billings was a legitimate success at one time.

“When I worked for Roger for a couple of years, he really was one of the brightest and best that I had ever been around,” Stokes said. “He put together some great deals. If he still has that business sense, he could do some exciting things.

“His problem was that his personal life just got all screwy.”

Billings’ personal life has come under scrutiny during the Novell lawsuit. According to coverage of the lawsuit in both the Salt Lake Tribune and the Deseret Morning News, Novell obtained and distributed a 1985 pamphlet, “The True Dream of Zion,” that Billings wrote to his family explaining his reasons for leaving the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In the pamphlet, he criticizes the church for abandoning its belief in polygamy.

“In my opinion, I no longer believe (the LDS church) to be true and divine,” Billings told the Deseret Morning News in a Jan. 3, 2004, article. “Joseph Smith and Brigham Young taught that it was the will of God that men should have more than one wife.”

After leaving the church — there is a dispute over whether he was excommunicated — Billings became the “patriarch and prophet” of The Church of Jesus Christ in Zion, based in Independence.

But Billings told the Journal-World that his statements on polygamy have been misinterpreted. He said he does not believe in polygamy and has never practiced it. He said he left the LDS church because of the polygamy issue, because he was troubled the church could disavow a practice it once considered divine.

“I don’t buy into the notion that God changes his mind,” Billings said.

‘Dr. Hydrogen’

A General Motors concept car with a hydrogen fuel cell.

It was also during the mid-1980s that Billings started an unconventional school in Independence. Billings, with six other scientists, founded the unaccredited International Academy of Science in 1985.

Billings, who has no degree higher than a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university, became the first graduate of the school’s doctorate program.

Ever since, Billings has used the term “doctor” on his resume and other correspondence. Time magazine, in a July article about his hydrogen research, even dubbed him Dr. Hydrogen. But Billings said he didn’t consider his title to be disingenuous.

“I have never told anybody that I have a Ph.D.,” Billings said. “I tell everybody up front about my degree because I’m very proud of the academy. I think it is one of the most significant things I have ever done.”

The academy has about 120 students currently, and Billings said it was structured to be different from a traditional university.

“We’re looking for students who have an entrepreneurial spirit, rather than someone looking to be a professor or a scholar,” Billings said.

Hydrogen expert

Despite his unorthodox education, Billings is widely regarded as an expert in using hydrogen as a fuel source. As a high school student he converted his father’s Model A Ford to run on hydrogen, winning him a scholarship to BYU and first prize in an international science competition.

In 1977, he drove a hydrogen-fueled Cadillac in Jimmy Carter’s inauguration parade. While living in Utah, he built a home that was entirely powered by hydrogen, and even mowed his lawn with a hydrogen-powered lawn mower.

“I have to say that he probably knows as much about hydrogen as anyone in the world,” Stokes said.

T. Nejat Veziroglu, president of the International Association of Hydrogen Energy and director of the University of Miami’s Clean Energy Research Institute, said Lawrence leaders should take Billings’ proposal seriously.

“He is one of the pioneers in this field,” Veziroglu said. “He definitely was one of the first to work on hydrogen fuel cells.”

Now large companies such as Toyota, General Motors and Ford are investing millions into producing hydrogen fuel cells, Veziroglu said. Veziroglu said Billings had the ability to compete with those giants.

“He is a good contender to be the winner in this competition,” Veziroglu said.

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From office safety, to occupational health and safety to laboratory safety, the University is committed to making sure that individuals are being properly informed.  As such, Environmental Health and Safety provides online and in-class safety training to faculty, staff and students in over 40 differet categories.  

In August 2018, the University unveiled a new safety training platform called BioRaft. The purpose of the BioRAFT online management system is to assist researchers, lab managers, supervisors and EHS staff assign, track and document training to ensure a safe and healthy work environment for students, faculty and staff at the University of Dayton.

To access BioRaft, go to https://udayton.bioraft.com and log-in with your University of Dayton Novell username and password. 

BioRaft is a web-based system that replaces EHS online training modules to better support safety compliance. 

BioRaft features include an individual training transcript, reminder emails when training is due or expired, printable training certificates, hazard assesment based on room hazards/job duties and supervisor oversight. 

The following sections provide useful tutorials on accessing and navigating the BioRaft system. 

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Killexams : Visiting Scholars Program Resources

Banking | Food | Campus Store Health Insurance | University Amenities/Visitor Privileges | Housing | Schools | Social Security Number | Transportation | Driver's License | Library | Wireless Access | Fieldhouse | Maps | Worship | Visting Scholar IT Status Codes

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Calvin Guest Wireless Access

There are a few areas on campus where wireless access is available to campus guests. Please read Connecting Your Personally Owned Computer to Calvin's Internet. Wireless access in all other buildings is restricted to faculty, staff, and students.

University Amenities and Visiting Scholar Privileges

Obtaining a Calvin picture ID: The Calvin department contact will receive the visitor's assigned Calvin ID# from the Office of the Dean for Faculty Development. Pictures are taken in the Student Life office.

Calvin ID's have a myriad of uses around campus including:

  • Hekman Library: During orientation, the department contact should initially bring the visitor to the library's circulation desk and introduce them as a visiting scholar. The visitor's Calvin ID will allow them to check out 25 books at a time for a loan period of 2 weeks with unlimited renewals. The sponsoring department is expected to manage the accounts receivable process for overdue or lost items. For overdue items, there is a 3-day grace period and on the 4th day a $1.00 fine is assessed with additional days at $ .25/day. "Lost" books are billed at a flat fee of $50 each.
  • Spoelhof Fieldhouse access (Available for visitor and family. Visitor or spouse must accompany family member minors at all times while in the facilities.)
  • Free entry to most sporting events
  • Free or discounted tickets to concerts or theater productions
  • Use as a debit card at food locations on campus.
  • Card access entry to some buildings
  • A 15% discount at the campus store on all non-textbook and non-food items
Food
Grand Rapids Web Links
Health Insurance

Non-US visiting scholars are required to have health care coverage for the duration of your stay. Health insurance can be purchased through International Medical Group. Coverage is available to the applicant, the spouse and unmarried dependent children, ages 14 days to 18 years, while traveling to US. Terms of insurance ranges from a minimum of 15 days up to a maximum of 36 months. This plan is not renewable.

Please note this insurance does NOT cover the following: Expenses for a) pregnancy, childbirth or miscarriage; b) routine physicals; c) cosmetic or plastic surgery, except as the result of an accident; d) elective surgery; e) any mental and nervous disorders or rest cures; f) dental care, except as the result of injury to natural teeth caused by accident; g) eye refractions or eye examinations for the purpose of prescribing corrective lenses for eye glasses or for the fitting thereof, unless caused by accidental bodily injury incurred while insured; h) alcoholism or drug addiction or use of any drug or narcotic agent; or i) treatment by a family member.

Housing
  • Calvin-owned housing: Please contact Financial Services.
  • Local Rental Listings:
    • Search Homes for Rent in newspaper classifieds
    • rentGR.com is the PREMIER on-line rental living resource of West Michigan where renters find Cool Places to Live™ by searching for what they need and contacting property owners directly.
    • Calvin Deals is an internal site where faculty and staff can list homes for rent. Often faculty that are on sabbatical use this site to advertise their home for rent.
Local Schools & Childcare

if the visitor is bringing school-aged children, please discuss school options in the Grand Rapids area with the department contact. If the visitor is able to afford private, Christian school tuition, then choosing housing near the school would be to their advantage. If they would prefer to enroll their child(ren) in the public school system, Forest Hills Public Schools and East Grand Rapids Public Schools are close to Calvin.

Obtaining a Social Security Number
Transportation
Worship
Calvin IT Visiting Status Codes

VTF:  Visiting Scholars - For those scholars that have been invited officially by PSC for a semester or year. They will be assigned an office, phone, possibly an email account, and will be allowed Novell status with an account in the host department drive IF requested by the chair of that host department. CIT will put the real XPNT status and/or description in the heat workorder, so they are identified as people who need restricted access.  This means they do not get email, novell departmental drives or other access by default, only when specifically requested.

NTG: Seminar attendees - this would allow access to the recreational facilities, library, and "Guest wireless" access in a few places on campus such as Johnny's, Spoelhof Cafe, DeVos Communication building first floor, floors two & three of Hekman Library, and DeVries Hall atrium. Wireless access in all other buildings is restricted to faculty, staff, and students. Currently, the Helpdesk supplies the Seminars office a list of generic usernames and passwords for Novell accounts. This only allows the visiting seminar attendees the ability to login to a campus computer.  The Seminars office is responsible for supporting the end users as far as providing and tracking usernames and passwords.  The Office of the Dean for Faculty Development is responsible for sending the information of who is using each account to the Helpdesk, so IT is aware of who is using our network.

GST: Guests of the Meeter Center, CCCS, and other Centers and Institutes - This group of guests is normally here for a slightly longer period of time, e.g., most of the summer or a semester. This status allows the "supervisor" to request Novell access and other services as needed. Normally neither NTG nor GST accounts get an email account. 

The webpage that refers to technology access for visitors is here.

NOTE: Visitors can use "Guest wireless" access in a few places on campus such as Johnny's, Spoelhof Cafe, DeVos Communication building first floor, floors 2 & 3 of Hekman Library, and DeVries Hall atrium. Wireless access in all other buildings is restricted to faculty, staff, and students.

Questions? Please contact the Office of the Dean for Faculty Development.

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Killexams : Coopetition between online and brick-and-mortar retailers Social distancing crises such as COVID-19 are highly unfavourable for the retail industry. In the long term, e-tailers face more intensified competition with several brick-and-mortar retailers going online as well as many brands launching direct to consumer (DTC) in online mode. Apart from increased competition, operational problems and rapid increase in first-time-users demand increase in share of physical presence by e-tailers.

E-tailers can consider different strategies such as acquiring physical retailers wholly, as Amazon acquired Whole Foods, a brick-and-mortar chain, to grow its grocery business in the US. They can also buy a part of an established offline business as Alibaba did, in case of Sun Art Retail Group in China. However offline presence by such means requires very large investments.

In challenging times such as a crisis, e-tailers need to think in terms of cooperation with their brick-and-mortar retail competitors. Coopetition, a term coined by Raymond J. Noorda, the founder of Novell Corp. “is a business strategy that uses insights gained from game theory to understand when it is better for competitors to work together”. Intra-industry competitors are likely to have complementary skills which can be leveraged upon. Sometimes competitors join hands when common customers demand so. For example Microsoft started developing its Office products for use on devices made by Apple who it considered as a competitor. This collaboration enabled Microsoft to meet market requirements more swiftly and successfully. Partnering with competitors can provide e-tailers access to certain resources such as infrastructure for offline operations, co-marketing and customer databases which they otherwise would have to obtain themselves.

In case of e-marketplace models such as Amazon and Flipkart, a large number of small offline stores sell their products for a fee by gaining access to an e-tailer’s customer base via a platform owned and operated by the e-tailer. This is also a form of coopetition since the offline stores are competing with the Amazons and Flipkarts. Via such collaboration, e-marketplaces are able to deliver in remote areas and expand more rapidly to smaller cities. Bonobos, an online garments retailer, has physical stores which do not sell anything but just serve as showrooms. Here shoppers can try various clothes and talk to salespersons. Hence the offline stores are zero inventory but enable interaction in-person.

Purchases are made from the Bonobos website or stores and delivered. Such an arrangement leads to saving in inventory and physical infrastructure costs and can also bring down returns. It highlights coopetition opportunity areas for online retailers to partner with offline retailers to provide physical engagement. Physical retailers too can think of collaborating with online brands as an opportunity to attract more footfalls into their stores. They can partner with large e-tailers to sell some of their product variants. Further the e-tailer may provide an internet enabled device via which shoppers can browse the complete range of products in-store and place orders. The stores would serve as pick-up and return centres and could be an effective means of increasing sales, more so in low e-commerce penetration markets.

During the pandemic, consumers were permitted to only shop for essentials and supermarkets experienced high footfalls and panic-buying. United Kingdom relaxed its competition laws in these crisis circumstances permitting retailers to share various crucial data such as stock levels, use each other’s supply chain networks and share employees. This enabled competing retailers to operate more efficiently. Hence coopetition helps firms to Excellerate their business performance, more so during adverse environmental conditions.

In India, there is growing annoyance between online and offline retailers. Several brick-and-mortar retailers feel that e-tailers have an unfair edge over them, more so, during the pandemic when restrictions were felt to be more in e-tailers’ favour. In such a scenario, the fierce competition needs to be replaced by some level of co-operation which would ultimately benefit the customers. Hence regulators need to create policies that are more conducive for coopetition and also incentivize them.

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Killexams : Cloud Applications Market 2022 Sale, Share, Size, Upcoming Trends, Regional Segmentation, Growth Analysis, Business Prospects, and Forecast till 2029

Cloud Applications Market report focuses on industry growth segments, current and future trends analysis, size and share by type and application, product demand and consumption analysis by each geographical region. The minor analysis of top Companies like Aliyun, CA Technologies, Amazon Web Services, Hewlett-Packard Development Company Layered Technologies Inc, Oracle, Microsoft Azure, Cisco Systems, Novell Inc, DELL, Google Cloud Platform, Rackspace, SAP, IBM, EMC, Salesforce, Yahoo! Inc, Vmware.

Global Cloud Applications Market provides key analysis on the market status of the Cloud Applications with the best facts and figures, meaning, definition, SWOT analysis, expert opinions, and the latest developments across the globe. The report also calculates the market size, Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin, Market Share, cost structure, and growth rate. The report considers the revenue generated from the sales of This Report and technologies by various application segments and Browse Market Data Tables.

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Global Cloud Applications Market includes profiling of leading players of the Cloud Applications market. All of the segments studied in the report are analysed based on different factors such as market share, revenue, and CAGR. The analysts have also thoroughly analysed different regions such as North America, Europe, and the Asia Pacific on the basis of production, revenue, and sales in the Cloud Applications market. The researchers used advanced primary and secondary research methodologies and tools for preparing this report on the Cloud Applications market.

List of TOP KEY PLAYERS in Cloud Applications Market Report are: –

  • Aliyun
  • CA Technologies
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Hewlett-Packard Development Company Layered Technologies Inc
  • Oracle
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Cisco Systems
  • Novell Inc
  • DELL
  • Google Cloud Platform
  • Rackspace
  • SAP
  • IBM
  • EMC
  • Salesforce
  • Yahoo! Inc
  • Vmware

Market Analysis and Insights:

The global Constipation market size is projected to reach USD million by 2029, from USD million in 2022, at a CAGR during 2022-2029.

A new market study on Global Cloud Applications Market 2022 with data Tables, Pie Chart and Graphs is published to provide complete assessment of the Market highlighting evolving trends, current-to-future scenario analysis and growth factors validated with expert’s view. The study breaks market by revenue and volume and price history estimates for Cloud Applications.

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Cloud Applications Market Segmentation:

The Cloud Applications Market report covers segment data, including: type segment, industry segment, channel segment etc. cover different segment Cloud Applications Market size, both volume and value. Also cover different industries client’s information, which is very important for the manufacturers.

The Cloud Applications market is primarily split into Product Type

  • Analytics
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  • Content Management
  • Collaboration
  • Ecommerce
  • Others

End-users/Application, this report covers the following segments

  • Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI)
  • Telecommunications and IT
  • Retail
  • Government
  • Oil and Gas
  • Others

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Cloud Applications Market Revenue and Sales Estimation – Historical Revenue and sales volume is presented and further data is triangulated with top-down and bottom-up approaches to forecast complete market size and to estimate forecast numbers for key regions covered in the report along with classified and well recognized Types and end-use industry.

SWOT Analysis on Cloud Applications Players

In additional Market Share analysis of players, in-depth profiling, product/service and business overview, the study also concentrates on Matrix, Map Analysis, Figures along with SWOT analysis to better associate market competitiveness.

Cloud Applications Market Trends Analysis:

In order to better understand Market condition forces analysis is conducted that includes Trading power of buyers, Trading power of suppliers, Threat of new players, Threat of substitutes, Threat of conflict.

  • Political (Political policy and stability as well as trade, fiscal and taxation policies)
  • Economical (Interest rates, employment or unemployment rates, raw material costs and foreign exchange rates)
  • Social (Changing family demographics, education levels, cultural trends, attitude changes and changes in lifestyles)
  • Technological (Changes in digital or mobile technology, automation, research and development)
  • Legal (Employment legislation, consumer law, health and safety, international as well as trade regulation and restrictions)
  • Environmental (Climate, recycling procedures, carbon footprint, waste disposal and sustainability)

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Cloud Applications Market Regional Analysis:

  • APAC (Japan, China, South Korea, Australia, India, and Rest of APAC; Rest of APAC is further segmented into Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, New Zealand, Vietnam, and Sri Lanka)
  • Europe (Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy, Russia, Rest of Europe; Rest of Europe is further segmented into Belgium, Denmark, Austria, Norway, Sweden, The Netherlands, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Romania)
  • North America (U.S., Canada, and Mexico)
  • South America (Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Rest of South America)
  • And Rest of the World

Cloud Applications Market Forecast:

  • Historical Years: 2017-2022
  • Base Year: 2022
  • Estimated Year: 2022
  • Forecast Period: 2022-2029

Major Points from Table of Contents:

1 Study Coverage

1.1 Cloud Applications Product Introduction

1.2 Market by Type

1.2.1 Global Cloud Applications Market Size Growth Rate by Type

1.3 Market by Application

1.3.1 Global Cloud Applications Market Size Growth Rate by Application

1.4 Study Objectives

1.5 Years Considered

2 Global Cloud Applications Production

2.1 Global Cloud Applications Production Capacity (2017-2029)

2.2 Global Cloud Applications Production by Region: 2017 VS 2022 VS 2029

2.3 Global Cloud Applications Production by Region

2.3.1 Global Cloud Applications Historic Production by Region (2017-2022)

2.3.2 Global Cloud Applications Forecasted Production by Region (2022-2029)

3 Global Cloud Applications Sales in Volume and Value Estimates and Forecasts

4 Competition by Manufactures

5 Market Size by Type

6 Market Size by Application

7 Cloud Applications Consumption by Regions

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12 Corporate Profiles

12.1.1 Company Corporation Information

12.1.2 Company Overview

12.1.3 Company Cloud Applications Sales, Price, Revenue and Gross Margin (2017-2022)

12.1.4 Company Cloud Applications Product Description

12.1.5 Company Related Developments

13 Industry Chain and Sales Channels Analysis

13.1 Cloud Applications Industry Chain Analysis

13.2 Cloud Applications Key Raw Materials

13.2.1 Key Raw Materials

13.2.2 Raw Materials Key Suppliers

13.3 Cloud Applications Production Mode and Process

13.4 Cloud Applications Sales and Marketing

13.4.1 Cloud Applications Sales Channels

13.4.2 Cloud Applications Distributors

13.5 Cloud Applications Customers

14 Market Drivers, Opportunities, Challenges and Risks Factors Analysis

14.1 Cloud Applications Industry Trends

14.2 Cloud Applications Market Drivers

14.3 Cloud Applications Market Challenges

14.4 Cloud Applications Market Restraints

15 Key Finding in The Global Cloud Applications Study

16 Appendix

Continued…

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