Category Archives: cloud

Houses and clouds

The Government Digital Service blog is essential reading. Two recent posts well worth a look: What is that beautiful house? The phrase “not a CMS” has become a bit of a joke around the GovUK office (to the point where … Continue reading

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Clouds v cartels

Interesting article by the erstwhile US government CIO Vivek Kundra, in the New York Times: AS the global economy struggles through a slow and painful recovery, governments around the world are wasting billions of dollars on unnecessary information technology. This … Continue reading

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When clouds don’t taste so delicious

There appears to be a considerable amount of uncertainty about the future of Delicious, the web’s preeminent social bookmarking service. Not sure what social bookmarking is? Here’s a video: It seems a shame that Yahoo! have been unable to find … Continue reading

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The network is the computer

Google announced a bunch of stuff last week, finally bringing to the mainstream some bits of tech that have been bubbling away for a few years now. One is the Chrome operating system, a lightweight OS for netbooks that pretty … Continue reading

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6 months of Google

Paul McElvaney, Director at Learning Pool, posts an update on how the company is faring with Google’s suite of enterprise tools for email, calendaring etc. Learning Pool moved its corporate systems like email, calendaring and document storage into a Google … Continue reading

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