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How OpenPOWER Consortium will help shape the open cloud

The OpenPOWER Consortium is evidence of IBM’s commitment to openness and an important step along the path to an open cloud.

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April #cloudchat recap: Cloud disruption and the next wave of innovation

The next #cloudchat will take place May 9 from 4 to 5 p.m. ET on Twitter.

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Whose data? How to consider data backup in cloud

“Is my data safe?” I think this is the most asked question in the cloud business.

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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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Join us for a Google+ Hangout: The future of PaaS

For our first ever IBM Cloud-hosted Google+ hangout Wednesday, Dec. 5, from 3-3:30 pm. ET, we’ll chat about PaaS and how clients are using it.

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Incubation as a service in cloud services

There should be incubation services in cloud. It’s the easiest way for customers to get on board.

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Microsoft vs. OpenOffice: Not the battle of the future!

As Andreas Groth (@andreasgroth) and I mentioned in several earlier blog posts, the final goal of software evolution is to be web-based. There are several reasons for that: Web-based applications are easy to access (from any device), they are cheap to maintain and they support our new requirements in terms of collaboration and content sharing more easily as any local installed app does.

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Event Report: The 8th Cloud Circle Forum

Neil Weightman attended this event, organized by The Cloud Circle on Thursday 24 November 2011.

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Executive Corner: Interview with LotusLive Chief Architect Marshall Lamb (Part 2 of 2)

Part 2 of Fang Feng's and Neena Richard's interview with IBM LotusLive Chief Architect Marshall Lamb about his perspective on various aspects LotusLive and SaaS, including shifting services to the cloud, collaboration, competitors, data privacy, licensing and more.

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Executive Corner: Interview with LotusLive Chief Architect Marshall Lamb (Part 1 of 2)

Fang Feng and Neena Richard interviewed IBM LotusLive Chief Architect Marshall Lamb about his perspective on various aspects LotusLive and SaaS, including shifting services to the cloud, collaboration, competitors, data privacy, licensing and more.

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The perfect marriage: Hadoop and Cloud

Hadoop and Cloud working together deliver value. Without Hadoop, users cannot see all the benefits they can get from the cloud. Without the cloud, users cannot see all the benefits they can get from Hadoop.

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