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Toms Tech Talk (E3 of S1) Linux versus Windows (and Mac) Desktops

In my latest podcast I explore the reasons that Linux desktops, despite many benefits including being free, have not put more of a dent in the Windows and Mac OS X hegemony. Here’s a hint: It’s stupid little things.

New Enterprise Cloud IT Paper

Over the past few months, Janet Waman, Jean Bozman, and myself have been putting together a rather extensive paper on the impact of cloud computing. In it, we talk to the three areas of enterprise IT most affected by the emergence of cloud computing: hardware, software (especially applications), and channels and selling models.

If you are an IT strategist looking for ideas, a channel partner dealing with transitions, an IT vendor honing a cloud strategy, or a practitioner just starting out in cloud computing and want to know why cloud computing matters, this paper may just be what you need.

The paper is now available on the Neuralytix website. It is a pay for download, not a free paper. If you would like to know more, check out the website and if you are a vendor interested in distribution rights, contact Patricia Murphy at Neuralytix.