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"Cloud of Clouds" - our 2009 predictions.


In 2008, we saw the early seeds of a "cloud of clouds" emerging. It started in April with Salesforce and Google announcing integration between Google Apps and Salesforce to bridge the gap between Google's productivity applications and Salesforce. ...
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And now also Tweeting....


Had I been a venture capitalist a few years back, and, had I entertained a pitch from the folks looking to develop Twitter, then hereís what I would have said (choking back tears of laughter): ĎOK, so let me get this straight, you want to develop...
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The 2009 Spelman College CS Olympiad


We've just sponsored the Seventh Annual Spelman College Computer Science Olympiad for the third consecutive year ó something we were proud to do as part of our commitment to supporting computer science education and encouraging talented students...
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CRM and social networking...


I was quoted in Computing the other week making somewhat unsupportive remarks about the CRM vendorís attempts to harness social networking. In essence my feelings are that companies need to understand the impact of social networking rather than...
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GUI Clients for Amazon S3 Storage & CloudFront


Amazon S3 is an inexpensive cloud storage service that you may use for online backup as well as for hosting static resources of your website like web images, Flash video, audio files, etc. Amazon built the service primarily for web developers and...
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Phishing Scam Strikes in Twitter Direct Messages


A new phishing attempt has been circulating tonight thatís being distributed through direct messages. If you receive a direct message like this, delete it immediately....
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