- Collecting Data is Easy, Analyzing It is Hard | Laserfiche Blog - And using it to gain better business results is harder still.
- Beware: 7 Sins of Cloud Computing | Innovation Insights | Wired.com
- Restaurants Turn Camera Shy - NYTimes.com
- Protecting information in the cloud - McKinsey Quarterly - Business Technology - Infrastructure - "Sophisticated IT shops are developing tools to map workloads to cloud-based hosting options using criteria like mission criticality, sensitivity of data, migration complexity, and peak processing requirements. This will make it possible for IT staff to pursue a mixed-cloud strategy and drive workloads to the hosting options that best balance risk and economic value ."
- Intel Slump Not a Problem – Death of BYOD Just Around the Corner | SiliconANGLE - I don't buy this. It seems the sort of trend (a la personal mobile phones) that is hard to imagine reversing itself.
- Roger Moore on Why Daniel Craig Is the Best James Bond Ever and What 007 Role He’s Dying to Play | TIME.com - "Yes, I thought Casino Royale was tremendous. I thought his action was quite extraordinary—he did more action in the first 30 seconds of the film than I did in 14 years of playing Bond. To me, he looks like a killer. He looks as though he knows what he’s doing. I look as though I might cheat at backgammon."
- It's Time to Cut Back on Social Media - Dorie Clark - Harvard Business Review - "It's become increasingly clear that with the proliferation of new platforms, no person or company can become the master of them all. Nor should they. The harder decision is figuring out which ones you should prioritize — or jettison."
- The states with the most data centers are also the most disaster-prone [maps] — Tech News and Analysis - "As GigaOM noted in its year-end cloud coverage, the solution to balancing cost and latency issues could come from prioritizing parts of the data load. Important data loads would direct to nearby centers, while less important data would go to cheaper—and/or safer—data centers far off. In the case of Sandy, with its 1,100-mile diameter, data centers in the middle of the country could keep companies online, even if their headquarters aren’t."
- http://www.eweek.com/security/hipaa-update-tightens-data-breach-liability-risks-for-it-companies/ - ""The majority of business associates now are probably not meeting the letter of the law in terms of their security obligations," Pollack told eWEEK. "I think it's going to require a wake-up call.""
- Aeolus Developer Conference: Deltacloud v1.0 | Aeolus Project Blog - Michal Fojtik gave an introductory presentation about Deltacloud v1.0 during the Aeolus Developer Conference.
- 2013: What happens in the cloud - Fortune Tech
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Posted by Gordon Haff at 11:21 AM