Tag Archives: LinkedIn

The New Cloud Applications

September 6, 2012

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Last night I had friends over to watch the opening NFL game between the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants. Dallas won the game 24-17. During the game a commercial aired about cloud computing and what the cloud can do for you. I am sorry to say that one of my guest was unclear about […]

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Looking for a Multi-Cloud Management Tool

August 2, 2012

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Recently, one of the users in a LinkedIn group I subscribe to asked the question “does anyone make a multi-cloud management tool”? The timing of this question could not have been better. As discussed in my “sneak peek” article on Monday, we are in the final stages of development on our next-gen cloud. A topic I […]

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LinkedIn and eHarmony Hacked!

June 7, 2012

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If you have an account at LinkedIn or eHarmony you should immediately change your password. It was announced on Wednesday June 6, 2012 that over 6.5 – 8 million passwords have potentially been compromised from LinkedIn and eHarmony. In pondering this danger, it becomes apparent that many people still use the same passwords over and […]

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The dark side of Social Media

March 29, 2012

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Most all of us use social media of some sort, whether Facebook, LinkedIn, Tweeter, Google+, Flickr, WordPress, the list goes on. It’s a great way to connect to our friends and family, share insight as to what is happening in our lives at any moment and of course to see what others are doing as […]

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Best Practices for making the move to the Cloud (conclusion)

March 16, 2012

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In this second and final part of our best practices of moving to the cloud we will examine what you should do prior to making your move. First just a quick recap. It seems that more and more companies are to the point where they are ready to embrace the cloud or at least start […]

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