Is Cloud Computing Your Company’s Pipe Dream? – It Is If You’re Missing Golden’s 5

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I think it’s a pipe dream that small companies are going to really adopt cloud computing. The primary reason is that these companies are typically extremely short-handed in terms of technical talent. They’ve usually got a few overworked super sys admins fighting each day’s fires with absolutely no time to invest in learning new skills.
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In an article titled “Cloud Computing: A Perfect Fit for Midsized Companies“, Bernard Golden, contributor to and CEO of the consulting firm HyperStratus, makes the case for why midsized businesses may be “a cloud sweet spot.”

Golden thinks it’s a pipe dream that small companies will embrace and go in for cloud computing. Obviously he feels that midsized companies are a perfect fit, but what about large companies? What’s holding them back from the cloud?

What holds back large companies is, in a sense, their success with the previous generation of computing. Because they could invest in the old model, they’ve now got an installed base of hardware and a large, top-notch technical staff on hand.”

Golden points out 5 characteristics that midsized companies share that makes them the perfect fit for cloud computing.

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  1. Bernard Golden
    Posted August 30, 2010 at 1:02 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for the shout out! Bernard Golden

    • Bparis
      Posted August 30, 2010 at 1:45 pm | Permalink

      Hey Bernard! – great article and a very cool perspective on the topic. I look forward to mentioning you here more often.

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