If an article, 10 years after its initial publication date, is featured in several look backs, reviews, Q&As and still … Continue reading 10 Years on, and it still matters?
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IT is an acronym crazed world. So crazy that sometimes – when running out of three letter ones – we simply … Continue reading Will CPR significantly increase cloud survival rates?
Ecosystem could be “the word” of 2013, if only vendors, providers, ISVs and other technology conglomerates stop acting in a … Continue reading Dear Apps, why can we not just all get along?
Those of you who followed my blog for a while know that the idea of applying manufacturing best practices to … Continue reading Lean and Low in Las Vegas
Also this year cloud computing was a large topic at Gartner’s annual symposium in Barcelona. It shared the limelight with … Continue reading What happens in Barcelona…. can now be seen here
At the end of last month the EU released its plans for “Unleashing the Potential of Cloud Computing in Europe”. … Continue reading Is the way to the European Cloud paved mainly with good intentions?
Although self-service -together with elasticity, pooling/sharing, etc. – is a defining attribute of cloud computing, many of the companies expressing … Continue reading A Cloud That Cares? Or About Eating Your Cloud And Having it too.
Innovations are commonly judged by how fast they reached 50 million users (Radio, 38 years; TV, 13 years; Internet, 4 … Continue reading On Dog Years, Cloud Years, and A-years