Deputy Tech Editor, New York Times
Deputy Tech Editor, The New York Times. Tweets are my own, even the ones with the serial numbers filed off.
bits.blogs.nytimes.com — Google's strategy to beat Amazon.com and Microsoft in the global business for public clouds is now clear: Swarm 'em. At last week's Google I/O developer's conference, the search giant was at pains to closely tie Google Compute Engine, or G.C.E., its competitor to Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure (and Rackspace, and a host of other public clouds) with Google App Engine, its Web application development service, as well as cloud storage.
bits.blogs.nytimes.com — John Chambers says the profits from Cisco Systems' new strategy are still one to three years away. The strategy, however, is already becoming more clear: Big Data will only work if it's delivered through the network, and that could go hand-in-hand with consolidation among companies that specialize in data analysis and networking or traditional computing.
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