By Michael Krigsman on November 29, 2010
Following a recent panel discussion, that I moderated, on the broad impacts of cloud computing, Salesforce.com executive, John Taschek, conducted a video interview/debate with yours truly.
By Michael Krigsman on November 19, 2010
As part of the Enterprise Irregulars track at this week’s Defrag conference, I moderated a panel of experts discussing the cloud. Enjoy this thoughtful and entertaining podcast.
By Maggie Fox on November 17, 2010
Today I delivered a keynote at Defrag 2010, one of the best and most interesting conferences I am lucky enough to be able to attend (their tagline is “accelerating the a-ha moment”). I was pretty anxious about this presentation because it was in the “big room”, in front of all attendees, and they’re a smart, [...]
By Sadagopan on November 17, 2010
Over the weekend, I finished reading the recently released Microsoft paper on the “Economics of the cloud”. As I head to Denver today for participating in the defrag panel on the impact of cloud computing in the enterprise irregulars track, I just…
By Michael Krigsman on November 16, 2010
The cloud is pushing profound shifts in computing, the enterprise, and even our culture. Economics has an important to play in these changes.
By Steve Mann on November 1, 2010
The Enterprise Irregulars will be @ Defrag (Nov. 17-18 outside of Denver) this year, presenting a track on platform shifts. We have five, yup five free passes to Defrag to give away. But to get a free pass, ya gotta ask us a question. The five people who pose the most interesting, most thought- provoking [...]
By Vinnie Mirchandani on September 13, 2010
Hurricane Earl was whistling by the East Coast the week prior. Oracle OpenWorld comes up next week where I am sure we will be bombarded with talk about Exadata and other analytical tools. I am thinking ahead to my keynote on data and analytics at Defrag. Given all that, in the last few book events [...]
By Zoli Erdos on September 6, 2010
(We don’t typically publish guest posts here, as this blog is meant to be a selected aggregation of our Members’s writing. But I am making the exception now, fully quoting Eric Norlin’s post – you’ll see why.) I’ve long been a fan of the Enterprise Irregulars – and if you aren’t, you should be. The [...]
By Zoli Erdos on June 15, 2010
It all started as an innocent joke: Robert Scoble was sitting in the front row @ Apple’s WWDC conference while I was following the tweetstream from home. Little did we know out joke would soon turn serious, as Steve Job’s keynote demo crashed…