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IT Staffer Meets The Cloud, “But What Will I Do?”

Posted by Mike, July 26th, 2010
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An excellent article over at Computerworld.co.nz titled “The human aspect of cloud computing” makes an excellent argument for remembering those hit hardest by the inextricable move of all organisations to use “the cloud” for their computing needs: When companies decide to unplug on-premise servers, ditch the applications housed on them and adopt vendor-hosted software in [...]

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April Client Seminar – The Business Case for Cloud-based Infrastructure

Posted by Mike, April 26th, 2010
Filed under: Changing Face of IT, Enterprise 2.0, Community, Event, Google Apps, Changing Face of IT, cloud computing
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WaveAdept are proud to be running the Clarus hosted April Client Seminar titled, “The Business Case for Cloud-based Infrastructure”. We are extra specially proud to have the support and presence of Adam Smith from Google Enterprise Asia Pacific – thanks Adam. Sign up for the FREE seminar on the Clarus website … We are aware [...]

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InternetNZ Voicing The Concerns Of Many Over The ACTA Negotiations

Posted by Mike, April 12th, 2010
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InternetNZ (a cracking client of ours) is a body designed to protect and promote the Internet within New Zealand and to this end they have been working for the past few weeks on the PublicACTA event held last  Saturday aimed at bringing together those uncomfortable with the ‘secret’ Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) negotiations between the governments [...]

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The Changing Face of IT

Posted by Dave, July 13th, 2009
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In my travels I am regularly selling SaaS concepts and ideas to business (aka “Real” people), but needing to convince the CIO, CTO or other senior technology person.

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