Microsoft and The Cloud

Observations from Microsoft Tech-Ed 2010 I have spent the better part of this past weekend reviewing material from this year’s Tech-Ed conference which took place in New Orleans last week. In this post I offer my take on what seems to be Microsoft’s emerging position and strategy concerning cloud computing. Certainly there is the Azure […]
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Cloud Computing Training: Balancing the Requirements

I’m back in the UK after presenting the latest run of our new Cloud Computing training course. Although a new course, it has been extremely popular, keeping us busy since its launch.  As author, after a teach its always good to reflect on the content and see how it can be improved.  Attendee feedback plays […]
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Cloud Computing Promises: Fact or Fiction

Cloud computing is currently making information technology headlines, and vendors are aggressively promoting the many benefits it can provide organisations.  These benefits appear so compelling that on the surface it seems all IT can and should be moved “into the cloud”.  Upon closer inspection, however, for every benefit cited, questions can also be raised.  This […]
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Cloud Computing Course Day 3

The morning began with an in depth examination of Amazon’s EC2 offering. The IaaS Amazon offer is the most comprehensive currently on the market. Provisioning a server immediately from the rich Amazon catalog was illustrated when I demonstrated starting an Linux machine configured with Apache Web server, MySql database and PHP. Within 60 seconds the […]
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Managing Project Communication Using PRINCE2® – Part 3 of 3

We discussed communications planning and implementation of a PRINCE2 project’s Communications Management Strategy in my previous two posts.  There is a third key piece to this communications puzzle, though. Effective project managers must be able to receive, distribute and report timely and relevant project information.  There are seven PRINCE2 management products that allow the project manager to do exactly that!  Let’s […]
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