65 Reasons For NOT Moving To The Cloud While navigating the Cloud Computing, VMware, Virtualization and Enterprise 2.0 Group on LinkedIn, I ran across this question, originally asked in Focus, a network of business and technology experts, thought leaders, and veteran practitioners. “What is a good reason for NOT switching to a cloud computing system?” Let me begin by saying, that is an excellent question, and one that I recommend should be well thought out during your analysis of any potential Cloud migration. That being said, the question also inspired me to have a little fun, and include some additional reasons why you should
Which is the Safer Cloud – Public or Private? “Keep looking below surface appearances. Don’t shrink from doing so just because you might not like what you find.” – Colin Powell, former US Secretary of State and retired General. Which is the safer cloud – public or private? If this question is posed to the general public with at least some knowledge of cloud computing, chances are an overwhelming majority will vote for the second option. However, in the overwhelming majority of real-world examples, they will be wrong. In case you are surprised by this statement, allow me to explain.
Bringing Information Technology to the Forefront through Cloud Computing “Business has only two functions – marketing and innovation.” – Milan Kundera, Czech novelist, playwright and poet. This is an age of marketing. From pins to planes, everything’s branded. Therefore, unless you can market your product or service, no one will buy – even if it’s the best one round. The same holds true for individual career growth. There may be several competent people around, but the employee who rises in the company hierarchy and gets the fat bonus is the one who catches the eye of the senior manager. Now
Cloud Computing Without The Internet – Is It Possible? *Note: Please Read Complete Article The cloud industry has been taken by storm after the claim by a California-based startup that cloud computing is possible without the Internet. Cloudmotion, funded by the same venture capitalists that had a hand in Google’s and eBay’s successes, declared last Friday that they are in the last stages of testing and except to start commercialization before end of 2012. The company, founded by two MIT computer science PhDs, started operations in 2009 and received a second round of funding in January this year. Its revolutionary