A brief history of cloud computing
I have been talking about cloud computing for quite a while now, about what it is, about trends, about what can it do and why it should be adopted and I would like now to talk about how it has
How to determine how much your cloud costs
Because I am a long term supporter of cloud computing, and I try to spread the idea that moving to the cloud will help any company lower costs and better leverage resources, I am often asked, how much the cloud
CISCO Webcast – Evolutionary Fabric. Revolutionary Scale
CISCO will organize a customer-focused webcast today, -Evolutionary Fabric. Revolutionary Scale -, at 9 PM EST. The webcast will feature Cisco executives and industry analysts who will provide information and answer any questions you may have. You can register for the webcast here:
Cloud Adoption Part 1: What should I take to the cloud?
We will be starting a series of guest posts by other CTO's and CIO's, this one from a friend of mine, Manak Ahluwalia from Boston. He is a director at a technology services firm in Boston. You can view his
3 Key Questions about Cloud Computing People are not Afraid to Ask
I have been writing about cloud computing for quite a while now and I have tried to write on topics I thought would be useful to my readers. From my interaction with both insiders and novices, one thing has been
Is Amazon Silk the future of browsers?
One of the latest tablets from Amazon, Kindle Fire, introduces a new web browser called Amazon Silk. A cloud accelerated mobile browser, I believe that Amazon Silk will prove to be a stepping stone in the development of browsers. To achieve
Why the Way We Work Will Never Be the Same Again
Many journalists are comparing the rise of cloud computing with the invention of electricity. Now, we know that journalists are usually prone to the use of hyperboles, as electricity has completely changed the way humans live, and we are now
Thoughts on Cloud Performance Monitoring
Cloud computing is taking over the IT world, there is no doubt about it. IDC predicts that over the next five years spending on public IT cloud services will increase from $21.5 billion in 2010 to $72.9 billion in 2015.