Archive for July 2010

Technology Forecast: Cloudy with a Chance of Savings

Traditionally, there haven’t been many technologies that have disrupted small and medium sized businesses from a cost-savings perspective.  Typically, in order for a technology to reduce costs significantly, it requires massive deployment that scales across hundreds or thousands of users, which is common in enterprises. But with the advent of web services, then software as... Read more »

Technology Forecast: Cloudy with a Chance of Savings

Traditionally, there haven’t been many technologies that have disrupted small and medium sized businesses from a cost-savings perspective.  Typically, in order for a technology to reduce costs significantly, it requires massive deployment that scales across hundreds or thousands of users, which is common in enterprises. But with the advent of web services, then software as... Read more »

Cloud Computing is Dead. Hello Space Computing.

Is the desktop computer dead?  I would say with cloud computing on the rise, the shift from desktop to the web is a no-brainer.  Although I am an early adopter.  I have an iPad and use all of the “cloud” services like Gmail, Box.net, etc.  And I guess as a consumer, that’s what the cloud... Read more »
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Technology and Education of Tomorrow

Ed or Alive is still taking shape, so you can expect some random topics for the next few weeks.  I’ll likely keep talking about general dorky technology, though this issue I’ve decided to talk about something I’m extremely passionate about.  And it happens to be something that every person that has a child (I don’t)... Read more »
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