All posts tagged privacy, security, & encryption

RightScale comments on Amazon’s Virtual Private Cloud – it’s the start of the enterprise-ready cloud market

I agree with Thorsten von Eicken’s comments over here on the RightScale blog that Amazon’s new Virtual Private Clouds are a BIG DEAL. (Jeff Barr’s announcement blog post is here.) Now any enterprise can create a secure tunnel into virtually unlimited instances sitting over at Amazon. No more need to design, buy, rack, configure, and […] Read More⇒

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⇒

Web 2.0 Summit 2006 – Table of Contents

(For the most recent articles on Web 2.0, check out my full Web 2.0 articles category.) This posting has links to all of the Web 2.0 Summit 2006 blog posts that I wrote: Day 1 Enterprise 2.0 SMB Session Launch Pad Keynote with Eric Schmidt Joi Ito on Worlds of Warcraft Ben Trott of Six […] Read More⇒

Web 2.0 Summit 2006 – Day 3 / Disruption: Harnessing the Collective Intelligence

Here are the day 3 notes for the Web 2.0 Conference in San Francisco: [My notes are in this square brackets.] Harnessing Collective Intelligence with Jim Buckmaster (Craigslist), Owen Van Natta (Facebook), Toni Schneider (Automattic), and Richard Rosenblatt (Demand Media) On the panel: Jim Buckmaster / CEO, Craigslist Owen Van Natta, COO of Facebook Toni […] Read More⇒