April 2009 Segment on Cloud Computing provides an interesting perspective in terms of present day realities

Posted on June 7, 2011


One of the things that I like best about the virtual realms of Internet Radio is the fact that all shows are recorded and easily accessed on-demand.

Entering our 3rd year since the inaugural PI Window on Business broadcast on March 26th, 2009 on the Blog Talk Radio Network, it never ceases to amaze me that many of the critical subjects that we covered have continued to be as relevant today as they were back then.

One such example is the April 30th, 2009 broadcast Cloud Computing in the SaaS World.

43 minutes in length, I would like to invite you to tune in to the segment and offer your opinion on the “then and now” perspectives, including how the perceptions and realities of computing in the cloud has evolved.

Radio Has Never Sounded Better!

Segment Overview:

With the recent announcements by traditional license model vendors such as Ariba and Oracle that they are now Software as a Service (SaaS) or on-demand solution providers, the implications of Web 2.0, cloud computing and related technological trends takes on a new meaning. In today’s program Principle Consultant (and blogger) Michael Dunham from Scio Consulting and Bob Warfield who founded the SmoothSpan Blog in 2007 join me to discuss service delivery in the cloud (for the uninitiated, the term cloud is used as a metaphor for the Internet) in relation to emerging business practices.

Link to On-Demand Broadcast.


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