During his key note at the CloudOps Summit 2012 in Frankfurt, Microsoft’s Tim O’Brien showed that disruptive technologies are often assumed to drive outright replacement of existing technologies, but disruptions don’t always take the same shape. The end state of the cloud disruption is on a path to become hybrid cloud. Tim discussed the dynamics motivating this end state, including technical factors, business drivers, economics, the regulatory environment, and other considerations that businesses must contend with when charting their adoption of cloud computing.
"The Shape of Disruption"
- Beitragsautor Von Rene Buest
- Beitragsdatum Oktober 11, 2012
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Von Rene Buest
Rene Buest is Gartner Analyst covering Infrastructure Services & Digital Operations. Prior to that he was Director of Technology Research at Arago, Senior Analyst and Cloud Practice Lead at Crisp Research, Principal Analyst at New Age Disruption and member of the worldwide Gigaom Research Analyst Network. Rene is considered as top cloud computing analyst in Germany and one of the worldwide top analysts in this area. In addition, he is one of the world’s top cloud computing influencers and belongs to the top 100 cloud computing experts on Twitter and Google+. Since the mid-90s he is focused on the strategic use of information technology in businesses and the IT impact on our society as well as disruptive technologies.
Rene Buest is the author of numerous professional technology articles. He regularly writes for well-known IT publications like Computerwoche, CIO Magazin, LANline as well as Silicon.de and is cited in German and international media – including New York Times, Forbes Magazin, Handelsblatt, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Wirtschaftswoche, Computerwoche, CIO, Manager Magazin and Harvard Business Manager. Furthermore Rene Buest is speaker and participant of experts rounds. He is founder of CloudUser.de and writes about cloud computing, IT infrastructure, technologies, management and strategies. He holds a diploma in computer engineering from the Hochschule Bremen (Dipl.-Informatiker (FH)) as well as a M.Sc. in IT-Management and Information Systems from the FHDW Paderborn.Archiv anzeigen →