Cloud Computing in the Middle East Over the last few months, I have written about cloud computing and associated events across the world. While most of the articles have understandably concentrated on the US, the largest market in the world, Europe, Australia and Asia have also been covered (For a list of these articles, see below) 1. How Much Can The US Government Save By Going To The Cloud? 2. Knowledge Sharing on Cloud Computing Between Government and Public Sectors 3. UK Lags Behind Other European Nations in Adoption of Cloud Computing 4. Where Does Europe Stand On Cloud Computing?
by sourya on June 7, 2011
by sourya on June 5, 2011
Do You Know What Cloud Computing Is? “A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.” – Old proverb. This little piece of enlightenment has been assiduously handed down over the ages; yet, in today’s technological and connected world, it may be the one thing with the potential of holding back cloud computing. Please allow me to explain. People say that “too much of a good thing can be bad”, and as regards publicity for cloud computing, they are absolutely right. So popular has the phrase “cloud computing” become, that it is being glorified as a panacea to all IT ills. The