Monthly Archives: May 2011

Cloud Computing… what for ?

Cloud Computing is often seen as something strange, something abstract. Some see the answer to everything, others see a new evil, or a new threat. Finally, some enlightened or so enthusiasts see it as an opportunity. Go talk to your customers, talk with potential users of Cloud Computing. Ask them what their … Continue reading

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Cloud Computing is not an Opportunity !

I confess, Cloud Computing is not an Opportunity! What company wants to reduce its costs? What company imagines more Agility? What business dreams of Variability? What company encourages a larger Customer volume? Maybe you do not find yourself in those … Continue reading

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NIH ? New Cloud Computing Acronym ?

NIH? You will ask me what is this new acronym? Indeed, the IIP – “Not Invented Here”. You find it for each change or transformation. Cloud Computing is an important transformation for both the Users for Information Technology and also for suppliers. More information here (in English). At each major change its own part of resistance. I wanted to share with you one of my favorite resistance: NIH “Not Invented Here”. More information here (in English). What is it? The NIH leads systematically reject everything that comes from outside and that is not the build by a person or even a group. Do you know your reptilian brain? It is our reptilian brain is the cause of all our strengths. The proportion of animal remains in us seeks security and only simple … Continue reading

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Build Your Cloud Computing Leadership : keep moving !

Did you ever met some people and said in your mind : “this person worth it” ? I am not talking about cosmetics 😉 During my experience I met few Leaders, fingers of one hand are enough. I think it’s … Continue reading

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