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November 6, 2012  7:41 PM

Cloud-based collaboration replaces Office Space mentality of enterprise



Posted by: Caitlin White
BYOD, Citrix, cloud, cloud adoption, cloud communication, cloud computing, enterprise cloud, Google cloud computing services, SaaS

  The modern office no longer looks like Office Space, with a staff of office drones tied to their cubicle desks, working from an office-provided desktop every day.  In a world of iPads, Blackberries, Androids, iPhones and...

September 30, 2009  8:59 PM

Why is Larry Ellison afraid of the cloud?



Posted by: Jhurwitz
IaaS, Infrastructure as a Service, integration, Larry Ellison, middleware, Oracle and cloud computing, PaaS, Platform as a Service, SaaS, Software as a Service, Sun Microsystems

I just finished watching Larry Ellison’s conversation with Ed Zander at the Churchill Club, a Silicon Valley business and technology forum. While these type of dialogues are not rare in the industry, I found this one to be particularly insightful. I think we will...


July 8, 2009  8:13 PM

Paglo goes whole hog to lift log fog; this blog agog



Posted by: CarlBrooks
cloud computing, DataManagement, logs, managed services, SaaS

Cloud-based IT management provider Paglo has busted out with an interesting twist on managing network log files: Google-style browser search, cross referenced over time. Paglo says it's the first of it's kind. It's definitely unique. Here's a sample of the...


November 20, 2008  10:41 PM

10 plugs for Salesforce.com by the New York Times



Posted by: JoMaitland
cloud computing, SaaS

Acknowledging that a vendor paid for your hotel and travel does not excuse shameless reporting. It just makes it pointless. I'd rather read a creative Salesforce.com ad than a re-written press release.


November 20, 2008  4:13 PM

Symantec ‘cloud’ service patchy



Posted by: JoMaitland
cloud computing, SaaS, Storage, Uncategorized

This week, Symantec Corp. launched a service that pushes configuration updates to Veritas Cluster Server and Veritas Storage Foundation users specific to that user's environment. It's called Veritas Operations Services and is supposedly "cloud based," according to Sean Derrington, the director of...


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