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Jim O'Reilly
Jim O'Reilly, Storage Engineer, 7/29/2014   Comment now   9 comments
Is security in conflict with ease of access to cloud data?
Anita Karvé
Anita Karvé, Principal, AlphaNova Group, 7/28/2014   Comment now   11 comments
Two companies that have made significant inroads in the cloud have just joined forces in what's being viewed as a major enterprise play. In an exclusive partnership, former rivals Apple and IBM are hoping to elevate enterprise mobility by combining what each company does best.
Most recent post, William Terdoslavich, 7/29/2014 2:36:23 PM
Apple is still trning out new upgraded versions of its current product line, so...
InformationWeek
InformationWeek, , 7/26/2014   Comment now   21 comments
Some of my ideas for technologies which will transform smartphones are going to affect how we interact with the online world in our daily and business lives generally.
Derrick Wood
Derrick Wood, Cartoonist, 7/25/2014   Comment now   15 comments
Paul Korzeniowski
Paul Korzeniowski, Technology Journalist, 7/25/2014   Comment now   10 comments
Businesses are so enticed by SaaS's potential benefits that most are deploying it without deploying typical IT restraints, according to cloud portfolio manager RightScale. RightScale's third annual "State of the Cloud Survey," which featured responses from 1,068 technical professionals in a broad cross-section of organizations, found that 94% of ...
John Edwards
John Edwards, Technology Journalist, 7/24/2014   Comment now   14 comments
When vetting SaaS providers, you need to get deep inside their commitment to reliable, flexible, and secure service. So, besides posing the usual questions about pricing, support, service levels, security, and so on, zing them with these six extra questions:
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Kids Ask the Darndest Questions
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6 Extra Questions to Ask a SaaS Provider
John Edwards, Technology Journalist, 7/24/2014
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Apple & IBM Could Rule the Cloud
Anita Karvé, Principal, AlphaNova Group, 7/28/2014
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SaaS Adoption Outruns IT Sanity Checks
Paul Korzeniowski, Technology Journalist, 7/25/2014
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Reinventing Microsoft as a ...
Microsoft adds development packages for Visual ...

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Amazon's Next Act
Potentially slowing revenue growth for Amazon Web ...

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IoT: So Near, Yet So Far
Major system failures show we're a long way yet ...

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I Forgot What's in the Cloud!
A European Court decision on forgetting data could ...

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Prospects for Google Retail
Pierre DeBois relates Google's Glass sale this last ...

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Fighting Fires With Algorithms
Pierre DeBois takes a look at the potential of open ...

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Google, Nest & the ...
Pierre DeBois looks back on the Google acquisition ...

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Reinventing Microsoft as a Saas for Every Device

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Microsoft adds development packages for Visual Studio and WinJS, providing the established leader a new chance to court SaaS developers and enact CEO Satya Nadella's cross-platform strategy.
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Amazon's Next Act

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Potentially slowing revenue growth for Amazon Web Services means a strategy shift, a lesson that all Saas providers should consider.
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IoT: So Near, Yet So Far

5|23|14   |   2:01   |   (37) comments


Major system failures show we're a long way yet from seamlessly connected environment-as-a-service.
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Prospects for Google Retail

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Pierre DeBois relates Google's Glass sale this last tax day to the IoT.
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Fighting Fires With Algorithms

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Pierre DeBois takes a look at the potential of open data initiatives.
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Google, Nest & the Internet of Things

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In January, Google purchased Nest, a startup focused on connectivity in the domestic environment. What does this mean for the IoT?