Posts Tagged ‘people’

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

Posted by Mike, July 26th, 2010
Filed under: Changing Face of IT
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An excellent article over at 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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We Are Looking For Other Cloud Companies

Posted by Mike, June 2nd, 2010
Filed under: Collaboration, Community
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Building an eco-system (community, partners, associates or even “commune”) of like-minded companies is always the first thing smaller companies, like ourselves, think of when endeavouring to become “like the big boys”. And whilst we have certainly built up a vibrant set of partners that we believe deliver products and services that both support and compliment [...]

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Deep Amongst The Technicals Google Talks About People

Posted by Mike, May 21st, 2010
Filed under: Google Apps
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Google I/O 2010, this year’s annual developer event Google hosts, has been full of interesting announcements, (re)releases and developer goodies (we are particularly interested in the Gmail contextual gadgets, expect more news from WaveAdept) and whilst we are certainly happy for our clients that Google Apps is expanding out to become a “platform” onto which [...]

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