Tag Archives: SaaS

VMworld 2016 is officially underway!

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This week I’m at VMworld in Las Vegas as a blogger. I’m going to try to get a post out every day with interesting news for those of you who aren’t able to join us this year. This is my … Continue reading

Cloud Delivery Models

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I want to talk about this in depth later, but just I wanted to slap a quick post together to share this slide on cloud delivery models, and what those models mean to IT transformation. Here’s the question I *think* … Continue reading

Update: Leaving Facebook, 1 week in

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I’ve been off Facebook about 10 days. 4 more days and my account will be permanently deleted. Unfortunately, they will keep my data. The SaaS applications we support at Spanning will tell you: you own your data. When you leave, … Continue reading

The world of IT has already changed

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I wrote this 7 years ago: the world is changing right in front of our lives I wrote this post about corporate communications. The original post was about how the tech we use to communicate was changing our world. I wrote … Continue reading

It’s Nov 1st, and time for #vDM30in30

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#vDM30in30 is an annual writing challenge put forward by Melissa Parmer and  Eric Wright to the enterprise community’s bloggers. The challenge: write one post for each day in November, aka 30 posts in 30 days. Even though I joined late last year, and wasn’t … Continue reading

Enterprise Cloud Summit @ Interop – Linking Private and Public Clouds

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These are my slightly edited session notes. The session was led by Margaret Dawson from Hubspan. The session started by showing slides from a 2005 prezi about access/firewalls/access based on trust models are already blurring If you are using a … Continue reading