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Are you bypassing CIO policies to access cloud services? « Marcia Kaufman’s Weblog

If his experience is in line with what I have heard from CIO’s at similar enterprises, then he may well be blind sighted. For example, many businesses find that while their centralized governance processes are effective at improving security, there

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Web-services, SOA, BPM & Cloud Computing – X

No series on cloud computing would be complete without alluding to Google’s audacious attempt at building an OS around the cloud computing paradigm.

Yes, I’m referring to the Google Chrome OS, a spin-off to the Google Chrome browser. The open source versions are the Chromium OS and the Chromium Browser respectively.

The Google Chrome OS
The Google Chrome OS is targeted specifically to netbooks, not the primary device of use, but a secondary, portable, lightweight device. The OS is small enough to be loaded on a USB drive and booted from the very same device. Applications on local storage are few and far between and most user applications are based in the cloud. The user interface is minimalist much like the Chrome Browser. Boot time is very quick with Google software engineer Martin Bligh demonstrating a bootup time of four seconds.

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Tech.ed 2009 :: Contest – Winners

Tech.ed 2009 :: Contest – Winners Winners of the Microsoft Top Architect Contest! Blogged with the Flock Browser

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Introducing the Concept of the “Resource Cloud” at Cloud Expo 2010 in New York | JAVA Developer’s Journal

Introducing the Concept of the “Resource Cloud” at Cloud Expo 2010 in New York | JAVA Developer’s Journal Resource Cloud! Shouldn’t that sum it up? Have a great day! Blogged with the Flock Browser

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Camera-phones: Dotty but dashing | The Economist

Camera-phones: Dotty but dashing | The Economist The use of quantum technology in camera phones! Have a great week! Blogged with the Flock Browser

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How LinkedIn leveraged the benefits of Salesforce.com? « THE ENTERPRISE CONSULTING BLOG

How LinkedIn leveraged the benefits of Salesforce.com? « THE ENTERPRISE CONSULTING BLOG How LinkedIn leveraged SalesForce.com to improve its business processes. Have a nice day! Blogged with the Flock Browser

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Tips for Location Based Marketing « shankarsoma; Nothing is faster

Tips for Location Based Marketing « shankarsoma; Nothing is faster Interesting read about all the Location Based Services available online and via your smart-phone. US specific only! Sorry! Have a great day! Blogged with the Flock Browser

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