Posts Tagged ‘Computing’

Review of The New Polymath

Vinnie Mirchandani’s new book; The New Polymath, is full of profiles and case studies that illustrate how the New Polymath’s within many industries are creating disruptive innovation to leapfrog their competition and introduce innovation to their respective industries and customers. The  book’s chapters on Technology and Cloud Computing profile  innovations of technology vendors. In particular,…

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OnDemand Speed Links 5 April 2010

Version 3 of the Cloud Computing Use Cases Published The Cloud Computing Use Case Discussion Group has published Version 3 of the Cloud Computing Use Cases Series. Version 3 of the Series focuses on Security in the Cloud China Is World’s Fastest Growing Software Market Gartner Report that outlines how China will remain the worlds…

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Google Pushes Free Universal Broadband

Google has announced a sewerbreaking new broadband project called TiSP (Toilet Internet Service Provider). TISP offers free high speed broadband to almost anyone in North America who has a modern plumbing system. (Septic Tank equipped homes are not included in the Beta roll out) Like other services provided by Google, TiSP is a self-installed, ad-supported…

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CloudShare Democratizes The Cloud

One of the more eagerly adopted cloud services thus far in 2010 has been CloudShare Pro. CloudShare Pro is a “light” version of CloudShare’s Enterprise level product and is aimed at individuals and small teams who want to quickly set up training, sales or testing environments in the cloud and share copies with other colleagues.…

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Oracle + Sun Cloud and Virtualization Strategies

The tech industry has been abuzz the past week now that the Oracle acquisition of Sun has cleared the last hurdle from the European Union and is officially complete. Oracle and Sun executives have begun addressing a number of questions about how Oracle will integrate Suns various hardware, system and software stacks into the Oracle…

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