As the direct human cost of the huge earthquake and tsunami in Japan is measured and widely reported, massive infrastructure damage is also apparent, and extends to utilities and and less critical but important public and private services.
Beyond essential services such as energy and drinking water, there are early reports from dozens of data centers and cloud service providers connected to corporations such as Salesforce, Yahoo! and Amazon.
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