Category Archives: Cloud computing

Cloud Computing for Dummies: review

According to the authors, Cloud Computing For Dummies (Wiley, 2010) is written for diverse audiences, including: business people who want little or nothing to do with technology; an IT person who knows a lot about technology, but is new to

Cloud Computing for Dummies: review

According to the authors, Cloud Computing For Dummies (Wiley, 2010) is written for diverse audiences, including: business people who want little or nothing to do with technology; an IT person who knows a lot about technology, but is new to

Reading on the cloud: how cloud publishing adds value for readers

If there’s one thing we know about tech businesses, it’s that one can’t build a business on technology alone. The mere possession of a technology, however wonderful it may be, isn’t a sufficient foundation. To build a business on a

Reading on the cloud: how cloud publishing adds value for readers

If there’s one thing we know about tech businesses, it’s that one can’t build a business on technology alone. The mere possession of a technology, however wonderful it may be, isn’t a sufficient foundation. To build a business on a

The Rough Guide to Cloud Computing: review

The Rough Guide to Cloud Computing is probably the most introductory book available on cloud computing. The author, Peter Buckley, is to be congratulated on producing a text that is genuinely accessible for non-techies. So introductory is it that it

The Rough Guide to Cloud Computing: review

The Rough Guide to Cloud Computing is probably the most introductory book available on cloud computing. The author, Peter Buckley, is to be congratulated on producing a text that is genuinely accessible for non-techies. So introductory is it that it

Publishing 2.0, 3.0 or 4.0?

In a post introducing the theme of cloud publishing in relation to  book publishing, I used the phrase ‘Book publishing 3.0’ to indicate the dawn of a new period in the industry’s development. The scheme I had in mind  ran

Publishing 2.0, 3.0 or 4.0?

In a post introducing the theme of cloud publishing in relation to  book publishing, I used the phrase ‘Book publishing 3.0’ to indicate the dawn of a new period in the industry’s development. The scheme I had in mind  ran