[Oops. Not only was the Patch Monday podcast filed late, so it kinda became Patch Tuesday, I forgot to post it here. Well, that’s fixed now.]
The key IT buzzwords for 2010 seem to be “cloud computing” and “virtualisation”, but is cloud really right for your business?
Will it provide a cheaper, more flexible option? Or can companies not afford to store data and run applications outside their business?
In a program recorded at the annual Kickstart Forum on IT trends, I spoke with Rosemary Stark, Microsoft Australia product manager for Windows Server and infrastructure solutions and Craig Deveson, CEO of Devnet, one of Google’s enterprise and web development partners.
Meanwhile, Michael Rich, managing director of AttachÃ© Software, explains why he thinks IT vendors have got it wrong by attempting to sell products instead of providing business value.
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