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LA City Cloud Computing Update

October 27, 2009 by

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Since the July 24th entry, Cloud Concerns Over Los Angeles, I have continued to monitor closely LA City’s decision to migrate to a cloud computing environment. As myriad organizations (e.g., Cloud Security Alliance, NIST, etc.) race to understand cloud computing risks, I continue to be baffled by LA City’s “Damn the torpedoes!” approach.

Competitive Business Innovations First Guest Blogger

October 27, 2009 by

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Today I am delighted to introduce Mr. Rick Gordon, Managing Director at the Civitas Group, as Competitive Business Innovation’s first guest blogger.  I am honored to have him blogging with us. The Civitas Group is a consulting firm specializing in the field of homeland and national security founded in 2003 as a joint venture between […]

What Cloud Flavor Will You Choose?

October 3, 2009 by

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Vanilla, Chocolate or a Swirl?  Rocky Road may be next as it looks like a bumpy ride ahead. The popular kids on the cloud computing block are the public types, which makes sense to me, particularly at this early junction of the industry.  Though a common opinion by industry insiders is that we will see […]