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03/08/09
Cloud Computing. Testing out applications and finding limitations
Filed under: Public Relations docs, Legal matters
Posted by: site admin @ 2:51 pm

It happens all the time!  The server goes down. 
We have all
experienced it.  But Feb. 26, 2009
all heard about Google’s
gmail glitch causing a
couple of hour shutdown of services
worldwide.

This affected millions of us.  It causes us to
think about
our use of this model of enterprise
and how we should
  employ them.

Regularly I recommend to members that they
use email
accounts during their job search, hunt
and negotiations
that is independent and can be
reached anywhere,
anytime.  This might raise
the ‘Hey. what about when..”

question.

Computerworld
has covered this topic in several
articles. 
The one by John Edwards suggests
several things to 
clarify before using for your
enterprise data.


In addition to these, even smaller time users
need to
explore I would argue with test cases
before committing
and plan their back-up strategies.

So, here is part of my attempt.  I recently wrote
a short article on the History of the chemistry of
how humans see color
in a “google document” to
see how this works in a practical way.  Please take
a look at it and share what you think.  In addition,
please share your stories about cloud computing
for projects.

One Response to “Cloud Computing. Testing out applications and finding limitations”

  1. site admin Says:


    Recently I moved my desktop to Windows 7.
    I found the version had a 30 day clock. After
    expiration it would fail to operate. I do plan to
    buy it with the next laptop we order but this
    would mean a purchase order now.

    Until I learned about “extending the free trial
    period
    ” patch. This may be valuable for some.

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