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Dumb “Corporate” Criminals

Saturday, July 12th, 2008

We have all seen the clips on TV about dumb criminals. The guy who tries to rob a bank using the drive through window. How about the guys that try to rob a video camera store that has live cameras from every conceivable angle. There were two teenagers who tried to rob a police station [...]

HP Clouds – If IBM Can Do It Why Can’t We?

Thursday, July 10th, 2008

Here’s the scenario: You are huge hardware/software vendor and you need to re-brand your traditional hardware, software, and professional services line. You go out and find a large gullible organization that has lot’s of cash and offer to sell them this new cloud thing. You tell them it is the latest and greatest new thing [...]

Cloud Computing Vendors A to Z

Thursday, March 20th, 2008

I HAVE A REVISED VERSION OF THIS POST… Cloud Vendors A to Z (Revised)

Blink! BMC Software To Acquire BladeLogic For $800 Million

Monday, March 17th, 2008

BMC to buy BladeLogic for $28 per share Maybe I have my head too far in the clouds these days, but I am not sure that this is the kind of technology I would be focusing on if I were BMC. Maybe BMC forgot that IBM and HP both sell hardware and that they don’t. [...]

HP FOSSology – Is the Fox Watching the Hen House?

Monday, January 28th, 2008

This morning I was reading Matt Asay’s article about HP’s recent FOSSology announcement. Being a Tivoli guy, I am always suspicious of what the other guys are up to. So, after reading Matt’s article, I did what I always do at 2 am when I can’t sleep – I dug a little deeper. It looks [...]

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