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Timeline of cloud computing

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| 1966 || Concept development || Canadian technologist {{w|Douglas F. Parkhill}} publishes ''The Challenge of the Computer Utility'', which predicts that the computer industry would come to resemble a public utility “in which many remotely located users are connected via communication links to a central computing facility.”<ref name=""/>
| 1969 || Concept development || Making use of {{w|J.C.R. Licklider}}'s idea, American Internet pioneer [[w:Robert Taylor (computer scientist)|Bob Taylor]] and American engineer [[w:Lawrence Roberts (scientist)|Larry Roberts]] develop {{w|ARPANET}}, (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network).<ref name="A Brief History of Cloud Computingaa"/> which is considered the precursor of the Internet. With this creation , the concept of cloud computing develops.<ref name="History of Cloud Computing"/><ref name="The history of cloud computing: A timeline of key moments from the 1960s to now"/><ref name="">{{cite web |title=The Evolution of Cloud Computing – Where’s It Going Next? |url= | |accessdate=17 May 2019}}</ref>
| 1970s || Concept development || Bill Gates says, “No one will need more than 637 kb of memory for a personal computer.”<ref>{{cite web |title=The History of Cloud Computing (And What the Future Holds) |url= | |accessdate=6 May 2019}}</ref>

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