Gartner’s analysis of IaaS
Category Archives: Cloud
Gartner: Internet of Things Has Reached Hype Peak | CIO
Can’tada | Tracking the stuff you can’t use in Canada
Can’tada | Tracking the stuff you can’t use in Canada.
Lists things like Netflix and various cloud services that are not available in Canada
Where is our encrypted cloud? | Privacy International
Privacy International is a n-f-p that
“Privacy International’s mission is to defend the right to privacy across the world, and to fight unlawful surveillance and other intrusions into private life by governments and corporations.
Our vision is a world in which privacy is protected by governments, respected by corporations and cherished by individuals. We believe that technological developments should strengthen, rather than undermine, the right to a private life, and that everyone’s personal information and communications must be carefully safeguarded, regardless of nationality, religion, personal or economic status.”
Hogan Lovells White paper – Government access to data in the cloud.pdf (application/pdf Object)
A Global Reality: Government Access to Data in the Cloud
compares 10 international jurisdictions
Hogan Lovells White paper – Government access to data in the cloud.pdf (application/pdf Object).
Yammer : The Enterprise Social Network
Was acquired recently by Microsoft. Maybe it could completely replace Sharepoint?
Digital Nibbles Podcast on SoundCloud
You can use this SoundCloud application to create your own archived radio station. Maybe radio will also become DIY – Do It Yourself.
I was interviewed about the cloud on a SoundCloud station Digital NIbbles Episode 11.
Digital Nibbles Podcast Archive by Digital Nibbles Podcast on SoundCloud
Canadian Cloud Services: Overview
IDC Report on Canadian Cloud Services
Canadian Cloud Services: Overview – IDC_P21492.
6 Terrific Infographics Showing IT and Cloud Related Job Growth | Blog
Network Virtualization Platform | Nicira
This is a new technology that will virtualize the network. I think I need to see an example so I can understand what this means, but I think it may allow applications to look at the network in an abstract way that will be very powerful. Probably can’t even grok the impact of this yet.