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By Ben Kepes on September 28, 2012
CloudSigma is taking an interesting approach to IaaS but one which I suspect will have limited real world appeal going forwards.
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By Ben Kepes on September 24, 2012
Over the past handful of years I’ve commented on a seemingly disconnected bunch of areas: the rise of cloud computing, the forced re-design of how enterprises work, the focus on more project-specific teams, dispersed workers … the list goes on. In the last 12 months of so I’ve seen these formerly disconnected areas converge together […]
By Christian Reilly on July 6, 2011
It’s quite amazing to think and reflect on that fact that I’ve been in the business of helping build big stuff for the best part of 16 years. When I say building big stuff, it’s not big, shiny new stuff like your Salesforce or your AWS but, y’know, real big, knock-your-socks-off awesome stuff like airports, […]