- The Cloud Isn’t Safe?! (Or Did Black Hat Just Scare Us?) – Sarah Perez provides a nice summary of the security hurdles the Cloud still has to overcome.
- Getting Started : eLearning Technology – A nice summary from Tony Karrer on the importance of KISS when implementing 2.0 tools in an organization. Covers many of the same elements we cover in Enterprise 2.0 bootcamp and even includes on of Dion's graphics.
Posts Tagged cloudcomputing
- Voice in Google Mobile App: A Tipping Point for the Web? – O’Reilly Radar – Tim adds thoughts to the building evidence that the Web (which should now really be considered the Cloud) is going mobile. The iPhone has freed our interface design limitations and the Cloud content and services will continue to become more accessible on all devices as we incorporate a more device agnostic philosophy to our product development.
- Are Our Technologies at War with Each Other? – Andrew McAfee – Andrew weighs in on the debate Venkat and I started on his original post and my response, both of which got reposted by Social Computing Magazine. (Had I know the debate was going to get such attention I wouldn’t have shot so passionately from my hip ;o)
- Is Stupid Making Us Google? – James Bowman wanders and ponders on how technology is effecting intelligence. He does not seem to have a central point to make, but his wandering does present numerous ideas (and associated links) on the topic.
- Further musings on the network effect and the cloud – The Nicholas Carr – Tim O'Reilly back-and-forth continues…
- What Tim O’Reilly gets wrong about the cloud – Nicholas Carr’s wise response to Tim O’Reilly’s post (see link below) about cloud computing and Web 2.0. A great post that quickly summarizes many of the forces (besides Web 2.0) that businesses can harness to be successful on the Web.
- Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing – O’Reilly Radar – A great post from Tim O’Reilly that considers the future (and future profitability) of cloud computing. The big take away: just as value moved from hardware to software, the value now will move from software to leveraging the social network capabilities of the cloud as platform. This is what we’ve longed recognized as “Web 2.0” – networked products that explicitly leverage network effects.