Gartner pissed in the proverbial punchbowl this week with their prognostication that cloud computing will not be mature until 2015. Jon Foley was surprised by the conservative nature of this prediction. Rightscale reacted (appropriately and expectedly) by saying “but it’s exciting now!” I have to say that having been involved in the building of two […] Read More⇒
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Google can now be used to prove that your spouse is a drunkard who wasn’t really doing errands. FINALLY, a real service.
Google launched Latitude – a features in Google Maps that lets you keep track of your friend’s locations. As with all technologies, this one will pose new challenges. I can’t wait for the first divorce stories to hit the press where spouses tracked their spouse’s activities and logged all of the locations they stopped. “Your […] Read More⇒
Small and medium sized business customers are flocking to Google Apps. One of Google‘s spokespeople said that they were adding 2,000 customers per day at the end of 2007 and 3,000 customers per day at the end of 2008. I decided to do a little math to see what this all meant. Assuming that Year […] Read More⇒
Jan. 22, 2009 Cloud Connect Event Notes. Moving Legacy Apps to the Cloud with David Berlind, Rob Helm, and Lew Tucker
Here are my notes from the Legacy apps session on Day 2 at the Cloud Connect Event put on by TechWeb. Thanks to David Berlind and Angela Bole and their team for putting on the event. Moderating: David Berlind, General Manager & Co-Creator, Cloud Connect Moderated: Rob Helm, Director of Research, Directions on Microsoft Lew […] Read More⇒