Posts tagged "Cloud"
Unpicking the multi-cloud at GigaOM Structure

Unpicking the multi-cloud at GigaOM Structure

Last month, RightScale’s State of the Cloud report got me thinking about the rise of multi-cloud solutions. Next month, I’ll be moderating a Mapping Session at GigaOM’s Structure event to work out how, where, when, why and if this trend is going to prove significant. Hybrid clouds, in which one public cloud and one private cloud...

My podcast conversation about Cloud Computing with Nick Carr

Nick Carr’s most recent book, The Big Switch [UK, US], was published in January of 2008. Whether by luck or judgement, he caught the meme of the moment and became closely associated with growing interest in the notion of ‘Cloud Computing‘ throughout last year. The paperback edition of Nick’s book has just been published, and...

CNet sees the Wisdom of the Clouds

James Urquhart’s ‘The Wisdom of Clouds‘ blog is well worth a read for those trying to keep up with this fast-moving space. Yesterday he announced that the site is moving inside CNet‘s fold, and renaming as ‘The Wisdom of the Clouds.’ I look forward to seeing the same insight… with the added advantage (as I’ve...

Gathering information about the Cloud for the Financial Times

Peter Whitehead, editor of the Financial Times‘ regular Digital Business supplement, posted a message to his followers on Twitter earlier this month, saying; “Trying to get my head round what The Cloud actually IS (other than something that soaks you every time you go outside). Thoughts welcome” I was amongst those to respond, as I...