Geeks

Geek of the Week: Bill Butcher

Some time ago, the CloudWedge team launched a feature called Geek of the Week. In this feature we award the prestigious honor of ‘Geek of the Week’ to someone from our news posts of that week that we feel have done something that deserves special ...

Geek of the Week: Perry Chen

A number of months ago we launched a feature called Geek of the Week. Every week, CloudWedge nominates a ‘Geek of the week’ to any cloud leader who has been in the news in the last week that we feel deserves special mention or praise. We are happy ...

Geek of the Week: Byron Deeter

A number of months ago we launched a feature called Geek of the Week. Every week, CloudWedge nominates a ‘Geek of the week’ to any cloud leader who has been in the news in the last week that we feel deserves special mention or praise. We are happy ...

10 Most Popular Music Streaming Apps

Like many things in technology, the world of music storage has experienced a complete metamorphosis. It all started in 1877, when Thomas Edison created the Cylinder Phonograph, the first recorded commercial medium for recording sound.  Then next big ...

Geek of the Week: Dor Skuler

A number of months ago we launched a feature called Geek of the Week. Every week, CloudWedge nominates a ‘Geek of the week’ to any cloud leader who has been in the news in the last week that we feel deserves special mention or praise. We are happy ...

Internet Machine: Cloud Datacenters as Art

I recently came across this video from elasticspace.com titled ‘internet-machine’, which gave me a new perspective on how I view datacenters. Up until this video I had never considered the possibility of datacenters being considered art. The video ...

Geeks of the Week: Zak Boca & Dan Ushman

A number of months ago we launched a feature called Geek of the Week. Every week, CloudWedge nominates a ‘Geek of the week’ to any cloud leader who has been in the news in the last week that we feel deserves special mention or praise. This week we ...

Adobe’s Mistake and the Register Flips Out

 A couple of days ago, The Register published an article that, if I am being perfectly honest, reads like the ramblings of a spoiled child. The premise of the article was centered on the downtime of Adobe’s Creative Cloud where users could not log ...

What the IoT Means For the Service Industry

First there were the yellow pages. Your washing machine would break down, and you would take hours to find a technician that could work with your specific model of machine. Then you would wait for him to turn up and realize he doesn’t have the parts ...

Geek of the Week: Jane Silber

A number of months ago we launched a feature called Geek of the Week. Every week, CloudWedge nominates a ‘Geek of the week’ to any cloud leader who has been in the news in the last week that we feel deserves special mention or praise. We are happy ...

Ever Thought of 3D Printing a Dream House?

There is a new wave of inspiration and excitement spreading through the social sphere relating to the latest innovation developments within the tech world, and more specifically the world 3D printing. You cannot open any social-media platform ...

State Govt's Having Trouble Adopting Cloud

When compared with the overall level of cloud integration at the federal level, a report shows that state governments are having trouble moving to the cloud at the same rapid pace. In 2010, President Obama announced that the federal government would ...

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