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A couple of months ago, Hugh Macleod created a bit of buzz with his blog post The Cloud’s Best Kept Secret . Hugh’s argument: that cloud computing will lead to a huge monopoly. Of course, a couple of weeks ago, Larry Ellison made the opposite point , arguing that salesforce.com is “barely profitable”, and that no one will make much money in cloud computing.
CIO — For the past few weeks I've been discussing private clouds—clouds devoted to a single entity. The very term private cloud is a bit loaded, in that some people feel that what one is really talking about is an internal cloud that is located in an organization's own data center.
Cloud Computing: What Does It Mean For User Experience? A Lot. And It’s All Good. | Usability Counts | User Experience, Social MediaPosted by Patrick Neeman | November 14, 2008 Cloud computing is exactly what it sounds like: the usage of services like web servers, database servers and other applications so it’s transparent to the user and developer.
A major shift in the way companies obtain software and computing capacity is under way as more companies tap into Web-based applications
It is the infrastructural paradigm shift that is sweeping across the Enterprise IT world, but how is it best defined?