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EMC said in late June that it was shuttering its Atmos Online cloud storage service, which only lasted about one year.

According to a Computerworld report, EMC offered no immediate "guarantee that any current users storing data on it will be able to retrieve it in the future."

"As a result, we strongly encourage that you migrate any critical data or production workloads currently served via Atmos Online to one of our partners offering Atmos based services," EMC wrote on its site.

Atmos began as a software offering in 2008 and now will serve as a development environment for EMC service provider partners.

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