“Ground Control to Major Tom
Commencing countdown, engines on
Check ignition and may God’s love be with you”
When David Bowie sang these lyrics, the astonauts’s image touched us. We wondered what the astronaut was thinking, and why did he suffer a demise.
Cloud comuting is going private. Dan Rowinski came out with an article, The Personal Cloud will be a $12 Billion industry business by 2016. He claims that this will be the next horizon. In addition, an article by Jim Blasingame Social Media Builds Customer Communities touches on this new frontier combining cloud computing and social networking.
As business management strategists, we try to see the trends affecting each client. For example, a client who is considering the purchase of a large comuter server, may be betters served in a cloud computing environment.
Now, this may solve a lot of problems like data mangement, accessiblity, and such, but how does it integrate with the company’s social networking, search engine optomization, or other media platforms?
The social media community builder article touches on this. As business management strategists, we encourage clients to not just look at the immediate future, but the long-term in order to set their strategy.
I hear the “technology” changes every six months. You must strategize considering the possible technology changes. So, what do we as business management strategists recommend?
Pesonal computing will take a hit. Blasingame states that cloud and personal computing will come together. For example, you will log into a site in order to pay your bills, or do a business transation. The data stays offsite, not on your personal computer or business server.
If the experts are saying this is the next horizon, what are you doing about it. As business management strategists, we strongly reco