What people have a tendency to not see is by using some form of cloud service a copr/company can cut down on the amount of server blades needed (cost cutting), also what is the difference if a company is headquartered in Seattle with offices through out the world and those offices have to access the company's servers in Seattle. In reality none. The main servers for that company are actually a cloud service to the satellite offices .
Hope this makes sense, I am getting over another Minnie stroke (been two weeks, and just starting to see some light in that damn tunnel. . ., ain't life fun. . .
I completely agree with you.
No wonder I could not check email on my office 365 account