Starting today I will no longer work representing icloud nor be a part of Xcerion team. Therefore, you should contact them directly about icloud or any related subject. You can do that here. For icloud news and updates, keep track of its official blog in here. The content of this blog will be available for as long as it’s interesting, so enjoy it! To join icloud, use this link. I believe in icloud success and Xcerion team competence. It was a pleasure to be involved with it and I look forward to follow their achievements as they come. Do contact me if you like my work: LinkedIn Twitter Thank you, Maisa Dabus.4 years ago
Join the cloud today! Start with icloud.com!
February 11, 2009
February 10, 2009
February 9, 2009
in a recession bound economy, the economics of cloud computing start to make a LOT of sense at all levels of the computing food chain. If you are advising clients on technology strategies, ensure you have a good understanding of the issues and which pain points can be readily addressed. There is money to be saved now and clients will welcome anyone coming through the door with that as a credible storyline.
February 6, 2009
February 5, 2009
It’s my thinking that it is, in large part, quite reasonable to take Cloud Computing and it’s related technologies seriously. Their ability to help harness the true value of technical capital thereby leading to a more technically agile business lends itself to real analysis and eventual, and I think relatively rapid, implementation in many use cases.
February 4, 2009
February 3, 2009
deploying within the cloud saves an average of 29 percent over an internal IT department, with an upfront cost at or near $0.
February 2, 2009
January 30, 2009
@Scobleizer: “The cost of IT is going to dramatically fall,” Benioff says in cloud computing.
January 29, 2009