Articles by Pam Baker

Mon, 14 November 2011
Who Owns Your Data, Really?

Who Owns Your Data, Really?

I'll forgive you if you think my asking who owns your data is a rhetorical question. I'm quite sure that an esteemed reader such as yourself…

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Fri, 11 November 2011
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Thu, 29 September 2011
Getting Started With Public Clouds

Getting Started With Public Clouds

Looking to spin up a virtual machine and get that project done in a hurry but not sure what your choices are in terms of cloud…

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Wed, 28 September 2011
My Favorite Collaboration Apps

My Favorite Collaboration Apps

Collaboration apps are not new but they are gaining prominence in this brave new world where crowd-sourcing trumps individual pontification…

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Tue, 27 September 2011
How App Graveyards Produce Zombies

How App Graveyards Produce Zombies

Apps are everywhere, on desktops, smartphones, laptops, tablets, netbooks and soon to be in cars and TVs as well. So many apps on so many…

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Mon, 26 September 2011
The Future Desktop

The Future Desktop

The PC era is here to stay as long as the Internet lives. That is not to say however that it won't go through some physical changes along…

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Fri, 23 September 2011
Birth of the Hybrid Desktop

Birth of the Hybrid Desktop

Many companies not comfortable leaping completely into the cloud are keeping one foot on the ground (aka a hybrid cloud environment). This…

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Thu, 22 September 2011
Why the Desktop Will Never Die

Why the Desktop Will Never Die

The current cries heralding the death of desktops and the rise of the Post-PC Era ring hollow to anyone of the Video Killed the Radio…

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Wed, 21 September 2011
The Future of Instant Customized Software

The Future of Instant Customized Software

For years, the culture of the U.S. has been all about instant gratification. But it is only fairly recently that manufacturers began to…

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Tue, 20 September 2011
The Cloud as Software Pirate Police

The Cloud as Software Pirate Police

Piracy has been the bane of software companies since the first CD was bought and underhandedly passed along to friends. Certainly…

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Mon, 19 September 2011
SLAs Throttle Cloud Adoption

SLAs Throttle Cloud Adoption

The cloud is hiccuping its way forward for lack of buy-in by vendors. You wouldn't necessarily know that from the pat and parceled messaging…

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