New Media on Ulitzer
Take a plastic world globe and place a pin on roughly where Silicon Valley
Then tie a piece of yarn to the pin and extend it to any country around the
With a quick visual conversion, the length of the yarn shows the approximate
number of years for that particular country to get hit with the
"new-media" tsunami forming in the United States.
What am I talking about?
Europe and Asia Historically Followed U.S. Two Years Behind
Well, traditionally for any technology trend to reach from the United States
to Europe and Asia took a couple of years.
If we observe the recent "made in the USA" tech trends, let's
say virtualization or cloud computing, which we happen to follow very
closely, we see a two-year delayed adoption rate in Europe.
We also see Asia and the rest of the Far East catching up surprisingly faster
than the rest of the world.
As new offerings like Amazon's CloudFront, Microsoft's Azure, Hosting.com's
CloudNine and VMware's vCloud are rolled out week in, week out, the worldwide
cloud computing momentum continues to grow.
Here, SYS-CON's Cloud Computing Journal surveys a globe-girdling network of
leading infrastructure experts, IT industry executives and technology
commentators for their views on The Shape of Cloud Computing To Come.
Contributors include Salesforce.com's Peter Coffee, Geve Perry of GigaSpaces,
Ben Rushlo from Keynote Systems, Cloud Computing Journal editor-in-chief Alan
Williamson, Enomal... (more)
Shrinking your Url’s is all the rage nowadays. If you are on Twitter,
then odds are you have used one. Despite CodingHorror’s distaste for them
in his recent blog post on Url Shorteners: Destroying the Web since 2002,
they are a fact of life when we live in a world of 140 character status
So what’s a URL shrinking service anyway? Well, to put it simply, you
supply them with a URL, they then supply you with a shorter URL containing a
lookup “key”. When future requests are made to this shorter URL,
connections are routed to that services website where they convert the... (more)
CCC Information Services Inc. has selected an Oracle Fusion Middleware-based
solution to help the company realize greater efficiency in its development
environment and to deliver improved performance to its installed customer
base of approximately 21,000 collision repair facilities, 350 insurance
companies and a range of other claims industry participants.
CCC is the nation's leading provider of advanced software, workflow tools and
enabling technologies to the automotive claims and collision repair
CCC is a customer advisor to Oracle through the Oracle Fusion Middlew... (more)
HTML5 based ads are gaining on Flash. For ads that will be seen on mobile
devices, developers are focusing on HTML5. Read original content
Systems management and monitoring firm DN2K is turning to HTML5. It
announced that HTML5 is now, “one of its core technologies in its business
and industrial application platform”. Read original content
ChronoZoom is a new HTML5-based web application developed by Microsoft
Research, Russia's Moscow State University, and UC Berkeley. The site uses
mixed media to let visitors visualize the universe. Read original content
A free HTML5 video co... (more)
A keystone to Cloud 2.0 is Cloud Identity – Common identity systems for
single sign-on across Cloud as well as internal applications.
Implementing Cloud Identity best practices is achieved through ‘IDaaS’
– Identity as a Service, one of the services on our Roadmap.
A great example is this recent press release from NASA, about their use of
‘PIV’ technologies to secure their move to Google apps, and these are
best practices defined in detail @ IDmanagement.gov.
Furthermore there is OMB M-11-11, which is a Whitehouse memo increasing the
pressure to be implementing the HSPD-12 program... (more)