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The Making of my Cloud Computing prezo


I know, no big deal. But I've been talking about Cloud Computing for quite a while before I really realized that I was indeed talking about Cloud computing for a while. Now I am talking about it more consciously though and that's what I meant by it.

Looking back at some of my Virtualization articles at CEB/ITtoolbox you'll realize that we have been talking about a lof of it. In a seprate post I will outline that here and we will continue with the series, see all my posts there. We will continue with the Cloud Predictions on my newly hosted site called IdeationCloud.com (which I will soon get developed and move my blog there). I do love my blog here and being hosted by Google but I cannot attract advertisers here.

Anyways, here I'm working on my slide of Cloud Computing and Security/Compliance. A sneak peak at the first slide, up there.

More will follow soon. We'll do my session/note on our upcoming series at CloudCamp and other cloud events across the world.

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