Browsing All Posts published on »March, 2010«

An Enterprise Cloud Migration Factory

March 31, 2010 by


On-premise vendors continue to struggle in transitioning their products to a Software as a Service (SaaS) model according to Brian Sommer at ZDNet.  In his latest blog, “The Expanding Gap Between On-Premise and SaaS Solutions he outlines some of the issues, namely, multitenancy, platform, and solution integration with SaaS. For many of you, as readers […]

The Evolution In Enterprise Communications Continues

March 24, 2010 by


The VoiceCon 2010 event, now called, “Enterprise Connect!” is underway this week from Orlando, Florida; broadcasting keynotes from Avaya, Cisco, IBM, Microsoft and Siemens, which you can watch for free on VoiceCon TV. As I mentioned previously, in my last unified communications blog post, “Telepresence – The Face of the Cloud“, the 2010 UC dance […]

Your Roadmap To The Clouds – III

March 14, 2010 by


Transforming the Enterprise to Support Dynamic Innovation In part 2, we discussed some of the initiatives to abstract the enterprise and create a virtual enterprise presence in the cloud.  In part 3, we will take a look at Business and Technology Integration Transformation Initiatives to support the Next Generation Enterprise Transformation and Dynamic Innovation.  What […]

Your Roadmap To The Clouds – II

March 11, 2010 by


Next Generation Enterprise Transformation In part I, we began our journey towards next generation enterprise transformation.  In part II, we will discuss some of the initiatives to abstract the enterprise, and create a virtual enterprise presence in the cloud. Last time, we spoke of undertaking initiatives, but what kind of initiatives?  Executive level, leadership initiatives, […]

Your Roadmap To The Clouds – I

March 10, 2010 by


Next Generation Enterprise Transformation Thank you for your patience while I gathered my thoughts on positioning the enterprise for cloud computing.  In the article, “Silicon in the Cloud“, we discussed the influence of semiconductor innovation, particularly multi-core developments, on systems virtualization, and the resulting business model innovation seen in cloud computing. And in the 3 […]