Monthly Archives March 2008

HP Does Cloud Infrastructure

Seeing as I’m involved in getting a new Data Centre at the moment this post over on ZDnet could my eye.  Looks like HP is to target a ‘data centre as a service’ product at enterprise customers.  I’ve heard bits about this for a few years now – HP account managers will bore you silly […] Read More…

PC Mag reviews Office Live Workspace

I just noticed that PC Magazine have posted a review of the Office Live Workspace beta.  It’s quite an interesting read and they make some fair points about functionality and beta issues.  Read More…

DeepZooming

I just read a good post over on Steve Clayton’s blog about DeepZoom, it perfectly illustrates a conversation I had last week about the SeaDragon technologies.  At the time  I didn’t have net access so couldn’t demonstrate my point, but Steve’s quick mock up with some Paul Smith stuff is a great example of how […] Read More…

Add Lightness, what IT can learn from cars.

I’m a car nut.  There’s something about driving that captures my imagination.  I’m never sure whether its the act of going somewhere, the sensation of reading the road through the steering wheel and the seat of your pants or just the cars themselves.  Whatever it is, for me the journey is often as enjoyable as […] Read More…

Thanks Joel

I just spent a few minutes going though some unread posts in Google Reader and noticed that Joel Oleson is moving on from MS. Joel’s blog has been an amazing SharePoint resource for ages.  In my previous role I was working on SharePoint 2003 and 2007 deployments and his blog often had more – and […] Read More…