Mitch Wagner
Content posted in March 2017
Killed By the Cloud
Mitch Wagner  
3/31/2017   8 comments
A little online community called can't keep up with cloud economics.
I Skipped Google's Cloud Conference to Ride the Hotel Elevator All Day
Mitch Wagner  
3/29/2017   13 comments
'Shabby chic' was the design motif at my hotel. Great elevator, though.
SAS Warns Enterprises to Be Careful of Open Source It's Satan's Playground
Mitch Wagner  
3/27/2017   4 comments
SAS warns that a little open source is OK but too much will send you straight to the bad place.
IBM's Watson Tracking IoT, Fighting Twitter Trolls
Mitch Wagner  
3/23/2017   14 comments
IBM makes a deal with AT&T to use Watson for Internet of Things analytics, and Twitter describes how it's using Watson to combat abuse.
Is Google's Big Enterprise Bet Paying Off?
Mitch Wagner  
3/23/2017   4 comments
Is Google on track to hit its self-proclaimed goal of cloud revenue exceeding ad revenue by 2020? Enterprise Cloud News looks at the chances in a special report.
Is Oracle Right? Is Security in the Cloud a Solved Problem?
Mitch Wagner  
3/23/2017   13 comments
Oracle says its cloud is more secure than enterprise on-premises infrastructure. Are they just blowing smoke?
A Brief History of Cloud Computing
Mitch Wagner  
3/15/2017   4 comments
It's a great new idea that goes back a ways.

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