There were 5 blog postings during July (2012):
What matters in the cloud? It's the application, stupid….
It is not surprising that some of the biggest advocates of cloud-based services are those that provide them. However, there are many others, including end user organisations, that have come to recognise the benefits, along with analyst houses such...
Bob Tarzey, Quocirca | 2nd July '12
All hail the private cloud
In its last post, Quocirca reported the finding from its report, entitled “2012 – The year of Application Performance Management (APM)” (freely available here), that the overriding priority for IT managers was application...
Bob Tarzey, Quocirca | 11th July '12
Gen Y - or Gen Why?
There seems to have been a rash of articles, discussions and commentaries around the need for organisations to adapt themselves to the needs of the new generation of workers coming in to the workplace. These 20-somethings, also known as “Gen...
Clive Longbottom, Quocirca | 12th July '12
Four top use cases for public cloud
Any cloud platform, be it public or private, has to improve the way an application supports a business in some way and that the take-off of private cloud heralds an increasing uptake of public cloud, providing a usable set of open standards emerge....
Bob Tarzey, Quocirca | 24th July '12
When an apple is not an apple
When considering two or more items, there is the concept of “comparing apples with apples” – i.e. making sure that what is under consideration is being compared objectively. Therefore, comparing a car journey against an air flight...
Clive Longbottom, Quocirca | 31st July '12
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