Here’s an industry cliche: downtime is a terrible sin. And lately, there’s been plenty of sinnin’. We’ve all heard the recent stories about the Amazon Web Services outage in late April and Sony’s giant data hemorrhage on the PlayStation network last week (over 100 million user accounts were compromised). These large-scale outages and security embarrassments are reviving fears about putting organizational data—or applications—online into the cloud. Is it worth it? Is the technology mature enough for your business? What options do I have?
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May 5th, 2011 No comments
Words to live by
It is not the the big that eat the small. Rather, it is the fast that eat the slow.
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