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The Forecast is Sunny for Cloud Services.
I spent the weekend at a Microsoft internal event hearing from the makers of the next generation of cloud services to be available from Microsoft. It's too soon to discuss details but wanted to share some of my excitement about what's coming nonetheless. Regarding Business Productivity...
1 Apr 2010
Exchange Online updated to provide 25GB mailbox by default
Providing online services like BPOS ( http://mocp.microsoftonline.com ) are not like shipping server or client software. Once you cut the bits for on-premise software, they pretty much stay the same for a while. Not so with online services. Microsoft is continually updating them to provide more services...
17 Mar 2010
Cray and Microsoft Join Up to Streamline Cloud Computing
Moving to the cloud requires reframing how a business thinks about its data and services. It's quite a leap to get from having everything on premise where you have total control (and responsibility) to having all or some of your key business services and data provided in the cloud. This reframing...
10 Mar 2010
Recent chats on Cloud services at Toolbox.com and TechTarget.com
Last week, I played answer guy to a couple of chats about Microsoft's clould services on two popular websites. I wasn't expecting a big crowd and was pleasantly surprised as they were well attended and there were a lot of great questions. Questions ranged from very general "what is SharePoint" to...
4 Mar 2010
From time to time a storm sweeps across the IT landscape and transforms the landscape. We've seen this before with the PC, the Windows operating system, the internet, and object oriented programming to name a few. There have been a lot of other technologies of course in the mix, but the latest technology...
15 Feb 2010
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