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December 2, 2009

Published: Five fallacies of cloud computing

Filed under: Datacenter,rants,Review & Criticism,Technology,Thoughts,Writing — chuck goolsbee @ 8:17 pm

Five fallacies of cloud computing.

My article about cloud computing fallacies was recently published over at Tech Target. The cool part for me has been seeing people reference it in Twitter posts. Big thanks to my college buddy Richard Puig for asking me the question that set me off on this rant. 😉

Unlike past articles I’ve had published there this one does not have a comments sections, so I can’t see the feedback. I’ll have to ping my editor and see what sort of cranky emails he’s been receiving .

3 Comments

  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by John C. Welch and Arek Dreyer, chuck goolsbee. chuck goolsbee said: New blog post: Published: Five fallacies of cloud computing (http://cli.gs/W0vTD) […]

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  2. There is a typo in the heading for your first point: “Could computing fallacy #1”. I assume it is supposed to be “Cloud”? Other than that, a very good article.

    Comment by RogParish — December 3, 2009 @ 2:57 am

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