David Johnson’s Blog piece really got my goat. In this piece, “Meet Jamie – A HERO With The Power To Force Change,” Johnson paints a sales representative that has rejected his IT department’s choices for device support in favor of an unsanctioned Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategy as a hero. Frankly, I believe Johnson… Read More »
I can store pedabytes of data in the cloud. I can run my E-mail, communications, CRM, HR and Accounting in the cloud. My employees can live and work anywhere in the world thanks to the cloud. The Internet was the great equalizer. On the Web small businesses and large enterprises were virtually indistinguishable from each… Read More »
There’s been a lot of discussion about multi-tenancy since the arrival of cloud computing. Multi-tenancy is the act of hosting multiple non-related resource allocations on the same hardware. For example, with regard to virtual machine instances, the concepts surrounding multi-tenancy are multiple virtual machine instances all running on the same servers sharing the CPUs, memory,… Read More »
With Cloud Computing emerging on the scene as a solution to a number of computing use cases, it will drive modernization of your existing systems. Perhaps it’s just a new interface for driving mobile access to corporate data or consolidating standalone servers into a Cloud for achieving greater utilization from fewer resources. In either case,… Read More »
My responses were selected to as a contribution to this report providing advice to IT workers that are threatened by the emergence of Cloud Computing. Free Download: Focus Experts’ Briefing:Top Advice for IT Workers Threatened by the Cloud .