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A closer look at the Australian Open cloud solution

An overview of how IBM's cloud solution is powering the 2013 Australian Open Tennis tournament.

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Top business differences between SmartCloud Enterprise and SmartCloud Enterprise+

Edwin Schouten explores the business differences between the two IBM offerings SmartCloud Enterprise and SmartCloud Enterprise+.

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2013 cloud ecosystem predictions: Six surfers and failures in the cloud tsunami

Going into 2013, I want to share my thoughts on who in the French cloud ecosystem is likely to struggle or to flourish in an ever growing cloud tsunami.

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Cloud computing: where is the standard?

There is now a need for a universal standard for cloud computing for service providers to abide by.

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Cloud certifications: constraint or opportunity, must or gadget?

When it comes to broader certifications like the current cloud certifications, programs or specialties, you should get answers to these two questions.

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Using the cloud to establish a social extranet with your customers and partners

It’s a well-known adage that people buy from people and one of the easiest places to find new sales and new work is from existing customers.

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Capturing business partner patterns of expertise with Zend Technologies

In this post, I describe the benefits of a pattern-based approach and share an example from Zend Technologies, an IBM Business Partner.

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Why PaaS is a big deal to us – cloud perspectives from an early adopter

Some people call us risk takers, others label us pioneers. As a small software development firm, some days we’re both.

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IT ecosystem: Who’s surfing the cloud tsunami?

For more than five years, I have followed the IT Ecosystem's migration towards outsourcing, managed services, SaaS and Cloud.

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How IBM cloud can help ISVs

Development and Test is one of the groups that benefits from cloud; and this is one of the key activities of ISVs.

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Working to extend our cloud with Sonian

I have spoken with Joe Kinsella of Sonian about Sonian's movement to IBM cloud and identification of a necessity within its ecosystem.

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Tired of waiting for my servers

My client recently bought another company with 800 new users to join the clients existing enterprise landscape. Besides the other activities, I have to provide 800 new IBM Lotus Notes Accounts. Of course the first request is to get them connected to the collaboration tools, especially email. Sounds simple, but seeing the capacity of the existing servers, I had to order new hardware first.

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