Thoughts on what businesses actually need from the Cloud, not what vendors wish they needed.

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We’re Teaching a Class!

Cloud Computing: What It Really Means for Your Business

Cloud Computing: What It Really Means for Your Business
Monday, December 12, 2011 from 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Buy your tickets here.

Having worked for years in the exciting space between business and cloud computing, we’re happy to announce a new class on the subject at New York City’s General Assembly. We’re teaching, meaning all of our readers are invited to attend (naturally). Buy your tickets here and get 25% off with the discount code 753UWX!

The class will cover what cloud computing is and why business owners should care. More specifically, we’ll discuss the different layers of cloud computing (Iaas, Paas, and Saas), and we’ll examine some of the core benefits (and disadvantages) they offer businesses of all sizes. It should also be a great time to connect with fellow business owners, trade thoughts on specific services, and receive feedback on the approach your business takes.

Don’t miss it! Here’s the link again for buying tickets.

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Chris Bliss works at VM Associates, an end-user consultancy for businesses looking to move to the cloud from pre-existing legacy systems.