Monthly Archives: February 2011

Cloud Computing and Trust, It’s always a question of Trust

With the entire world is moving towards Cloud Computing the basic question that is before these organization “is Cloud a trustworthy”. Despite the many advantages of scalable processing power and storage space, the acceptability of Cloud Computing relies on having … Continue reading

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Clouds and Men : the truth on what Cloud Computing will change for the teams

I had some conversations about Cloud Computing Delivery Model and the impacts on teams. Sure, each time, either a business model is changing, or an innovation is coming, you will have some impacts for the teams. Good news is that … Continue reading

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Back to basics #3 : What is Cloud Computing ?

Cloud computing is not new a technology, a new architecture or a new method. As I mentioned in a previous post: Cloud Computing is a new business model for providing IT. It is like the difference between – Build a … Continue reading

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Accountants and the Cloud ? Are they ready ?

This post is to share with you an interesting approach regarding Cloud Computing for a special field : accountants. Hunter Richards, in his post, is looking on this by asking the accountants in a survey. What is troubling Cloud adoption … Continue reading

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What Cloud will change for ? #3 : A practical implementation perspective by Kwame Yamgnane

Following the second post on this topic by Jérémy Fain, with an Innovative perspective on what Cloud Computing will change, Let me introduce this third post. “What Cloud Computing will change for ?…” Thanks Kwame ! Is there a change … Continue reading

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