Learning Tree Cloud Computing Overview Course

Tomorrow, I am teaching Learning Tree course 1210, Cloud Computing Overview: Evaluating the Opportunities.  This is a half-day course running from 1:00 PM EST to around 4:00.  The course provides an overview of cloud computing and some of the choices available for Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service […]
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Windows Live vs. Google Apps: Part 1 – Windows Live

Chris Czarnecki’s article, Microsoft and Google Compete in the Cloud, inspired me to write this blog as I have been researching Google Apps and Windows Live for a while now and using bits and pieces of each. I’m going to write this article in two parts.  In the first, I’ll review the features of Microsoft Windows Live […]
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Competition is Good, but …

I wanted to write a follow-up commentary to Chris’ recent excellent post about the competition in the cloud between Microsoft and Google. I agree that it is vitally important to have a framework from which to analyze the different offerings. It is also necessary to be able to separate fact from hype. In any endeavor […]
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Microsoft and Google Compete in the Cloud

A couple of days ago, the General Services Administration announced that it had made the decision to replace its Lotus notes and Domino software with Google for its email. This decision prompted a response from Microsoft saying that they were disappointed not to be able to provide a solution and how much better they could […]
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Selecting the right management course

Lately I’ve had several people asking how to decide whether our Introduction to Management Skills course at Learning Tree is the right courses to take. The more I’ve thought about this, the more I realized that a video podcast would be the easiest way to express my thoughts. If you’ve been thinking about taking a […]
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