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6 responses to “Being Fair and Balanced is Not Easy When You Get Quoted Out of Context”

  1. Ben Kepes

    I’m positive about SpotCloud becuase I think it is a good concept. I also disagree that the issues that Krish brings up are hugely important for this kind of “clearing house” play.

    I didn’t blindly praise SpotCloud (not sure if your comment refers to me WRT that) but rather was bullish about something I see as important and necessary.

    And just to clarify SpotCloud, Enomaly nor Reuven himself have ever paid me a cent to say nice things about them, although I dare say both Krish and I will get a beer out of Ruv at CloudConnect

    1. Krishnan Subramanian

      Dude, talk to people following the enterprise space and let people say that it is meaningless talk. I can line up enterprise customers (not sellers) saying this is hugely important to them. I speak on behalf of customers and state how they see it. I will be more than willing to discuss this topic more deeply. If needed we can bring in customers and ask them about their opinion on what they think about it.

  2. Ben Kepes

    Sweet, thanks Zoli. Hot day in Christchurch and there’s a buildup of heat under my collar 😉

  3. Reuven Cohen, Enomaly Founder & CTO

    Yes, the world needs pundits, I was just stating my opinion that krish’s comments seem rather one sided. And yes, possibly/probably out of context.

    Btw, Krish and I worked it out, we’re still friends 😉