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Cloud Computing’s Sad State: Innovation is in Scarce Supply

June 1, 2012 No Comments

There are two prominent cloud technology strategies these days. First: Let’s copy everything Amazon Web Services (AWS) is doing. (You know who you are!) Second: Let’s rebrand our old technology as a private cloud.

The lack of innovation and creativity in cloud computing is beginning to bug me, and it should bug those of you in enterprise IT. Here’s how to spot technology providers that are, er, innovation-challenged.

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