Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s a cloud. No, no, it’s not a cloud. It’s cloud computing and it’s not up in the sky.
Not one, but two, cloud computing companies have leased space in Dumbo, reports Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
Some of you may be wondering, “What the heck is cloud computing?” Well, you’re not alone. According to InfoWorld, “everyone seems to have a different definition” of cloud computing. It’s beyond me, so I’ll leave it up for Internet research to all inquiring minds who want to know.
The leased space, however, I know and so do you. It’s 45 Main Street owned by Two Trees Management. The two cloud computing companies, OS 33 and XT Staffing, have been in a share at the location for about a year. Now, they need a bigger space. So, they signed a three-year lease for 3,144 square feet effective October 1st, the Eagle reports.
What does this mean for Dumbo? Hopefully, it means some jobs and a little oomph for the economy.