The cloud landscape in Australia

cloud landscape in australia

Recently I gave a presentation to the IBM ThoughtsOnCloud team about the state of cloud computing in Australia. Here are the slides for anyone who is interested. [slideshare id=24128025&doc=cloudlandscapeinaustralia-130711013822-phpapp02]  

Migrating mail from Gmail to Office365

gmail to office365

If you’re moving just one individual mail account from Gmail to Outlook online (part of Microsoft Office365) then using connected accounts should work but personally I could not get Outlook online to connect to my Gmail account. It has been suggested that this was because I didn’t have two-factor authentication turned on at Gmail and therefore wasn’t using an application-specific password for …

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72,000 Dreamforce attendees shows that Salesforce has got real mojo.

Forbes reported that Dreamforce (Salesforce.com‘s annual love-in) has 72,000 attendees.  eWeek says there are 90,000. My mind boggles at these numbers.  This is the equivalent of a packed-out Sydney Olympic stadium. The largest IT event I’ve attended was IBM’s LotusSphere in Orlando, which had around 10,000 attendees, and I thought that was a big event. If …

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