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January 27, 2016

Does Cloud Revenue Matter?

The transition from on premises software services to cloud services is complicated in terms of revenue models. It is especially difficult for technology vendors with on premises legacy software. It is not surprising that public companies have difficulty shifting from an on premises to cloud strategy. In addition, there is no SEC requirement to break […]

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April 24, 2015

Five Reasons that IBM Will Thrive in the Hybrid Cloud

 As more and more enterprises are moving to cloud services to support mission critical business services the stakes for vendors are growing higher. The conventional wisdom over the past several years is that Amazon Web Services (AWS)– the gorilla in the cloud services market is the most affordable and inevitable leader. Amazon initially built a […]

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June 17, 2014

Is there value in enterprise software? Part I

Over the past couple of months I have been on the road quite a bit, primarily attending a variety of analyst meetings – in addition to project work and book writing. This has given me little time to keep up with my blog writing. I decided to begin by providing an overview of my composite […]

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October 27, 2009

Can we free process and data?

I am still at IBM’s Information on Demand conference here in Las Vegas (not my favorite place..but what can you do). In listening to a lot of discussions around strategy and products I started thinking about one of the key problems that customers are facing around business process and managing increasingly complex data. What companies […]

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September 15, 2009

Public versus private clouds: why one size does not fit all

There has been a lot of discussions these days about private and public cloud. More discussion has been generated because  both Amazon.com and Salesforce.com have added a Virtual Private Network (VPN) option to their public cloud services.  What does this mean in the context of how customers will move to cloud computing? It is clear […]

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