Sunday, November 01, 2009

Cross-post: Gigaom - It's Cloudy, But When Will It Rain?

I've been doing some thinking about when the cloud computing market will start to see some venture exits. While nascent markets are very hard to predict, I took a stab at a qualified prediction in this latest post on Gigaom. Comments are always welcome!

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Cross-post: Gigaom - Not Everything is a Cloud

I have posted some thoughts on the overhyped term "cloud computing" and the areas in this market for VC investments at Gigaom. You can read my post here. Comments always welcome!

Friday, August 14, 2009

Cross-post: Gigaom - Do Enterpirses Need a Toll Road to the Cloud?

My latest musings on the enterprise IT adoption (or lack there of) and requirements for cloud computing is now live on Gigaom. In this post I postulate the need for a CloudNAP to connect enterprises to the cloud. Comments always welcome!

Friday, July 24, 2009

Cross-post: GigaOm - Why Cisco Should Buy Dell

My latest post for GigaOm - could Dell be Cisco's next acquisition? To me, this makes sense for both the enterprise IT and consumer markets. You can read the entire post here. Comments always welcome!

Friday, July 17, 2009

Cross-post - GigaOm: The Hidden Cost of the Cloud: Bandwidth Charges

After a longer than expected break, I've posted a new blog for GigaOm on the costs of cloud computing and bandwidth charges. You can read the post here. Comments always welcome!

Saturday, February 07, 2009

Cross-post: GigaOm - How HP Can Fight Cisco and Win

I'm off stirring the pot again on GigaOm.... This time I wrote a blog about the startups that HP should buy to compete with Cisco. Cisco has moved into servers and I am sure that has angered HP - that is their core enterprise IT market focus. You can read my full post here.

Thursday, February 05, 2009

Cross-post: GigaOm - Should Canada Bail Out Nortel?

I wrote this post for GigaOm this morning - I was inspired by a conversation I had the other night with a Canadian startup CEO that was outraged by his government funding a bail out of Nortel.