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While Not Completely Cloud – Can You Stretch Innovation Too Far?

While Not Completely Cloud – Can You Stretch Innovation Too Far?

While Not Completely Cloud – Can You Stretch Innovation Too Far? First let me begin by backpedalling. I am a huge Kickstarter and Indiegogo supporter. I believe in the push away from traditional innovation to this newer innovation model. My initial premise is that in fact you have to be careful about the concept of

Cloud Startup: Anaplan Brings Accurate Data Analysis Tools

Cloud Startup: Anaplan Brings Accurate Data Analysis Tools

Cloud Startup: Anaplan Brings Accurate Data Analysis Tools Having access to efficient and accurate tools is essential for every successful business plan and operation. To help with company modeling and planning there is Anaplan, a startup out of San Francisco, California. Over the past two years, Anaplan has skyrocketed in growth. From reeling in significant

Cloud Startup: Illumio – The Cloud Security Startup

Cloud Startup: Illumio – The Cloud Security Startup

Illumio – The Cloud Security Startup That Is Sure To Make Some Noise Whispers are flying around the web of a cloud security startup with all the right building blocks. That startup is none other than Illumio from Santa Clara, which was launched in January of this year. Considering the immense growth and popularity of

Cloud Startup: Dropplets – Refreshingly Simple!

Cloud Startup: Dropplets – Refreshingly Simple!

Cloud Startup: Dropplets – Refreshingly Simple! Dropplets is all the rage in the blogging world today with its seamless blogging layout, hassle-free of any database background.  Seriously, the blogging world is tweeting about it and spreading the news. Dropplets even made YCombinator’s Hacker News. Dropplets launched back in February of this year and has since developed through

The Future Of Cloud, And The Future Of Your Company

The Future Of Cloud, And The Future Of Your Company

The future of cloud, and the future of your company Recently the unofficial comedy team of Jimmy Kimmel and Justin Timberlake performed a short skit that illustrated how silly hashtags sound when inserted into normal conversation. The idea of punctuating a sentence with keywords intended as flags-to-be-found is of course, ludicrous in spoken parlance, but