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By Evangelos Simoudis on September 27, 2010
couple of weeks ago, our partnership met to discuss our investment strategy for the next 12 months. We hold this session every year. But this year’s meeting was particularly important because we discussed the overall investment strategy for our new fund (Fund 7). We also reviewed the market conditions in the sectors where we invest, […]
By Bob Warfield on September 27, 2010
As I read more about the Stuxnet malware/virus that is infecting Iran’s Nuclear Program, I started wondering about the implications. Investigators are widely reported as saying this is the most sophisticated piece of attack software they’ve ever seen. Actually, I suspect this is true only for the investigators that are not already in the “Community” […]
By David Dobrin on September 27, 2010
When you have a hosted offering, it sounds better if you cal it “cloud.” But those of us who are listening shouldn’t go along.
By Michael Krigsman on September 27, 2010
An IT failure disrupted travel for 50,000 customers of Virgin Blue airlines in Australia. The situation offers lessons for business buyers of cloud services.
By Michael Coté on September 27, 2010
Developers are longing for a more open mobile platform, results from one survey contends.
By Jason Busch on September 27, 2010
For anyone who has spent time in India traveling a longer distance that it takes to get from an airport into a city or office complex, it quickly becomes abundantly clear that the country’s infrastructure is not up to the task of …
By John Taschek on September 27, 2010
The media, the analysts, and the enterprise are all in a state of flux, says Phil Wainewright, a leading UK-based analyst, in an interview last week with CloudBlog. It was indeed a cloudy day in London, but the light was brilliant as was Wainewright on the second half of the…
By Paul Greenberg on September 27, 2010
I’m back from Oracle Open World 2010 and now that I’m completely zonked and at the same time loaded with energy, I think, in retrospect (short term retrospect) I might have attended one of the most curious conferences I ever attended – and…
By Steve Mann on September 27, 2010
There was a little blurb on internet.com a couple of days ago mentioning that Novell would be optimizing the SUSE Linux OS for SAP applications. Linux vendor Novell is releasing an optimized version of its SUSE Linux Enterprise Server tailored…