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SharePoint in Azure, My Presentation in MVP Open Days

This is the presentation I delivered in US MVP Open Days 2015. The key difference between on-premises deployment and cloud deployment of SharePoint or any application is the consideration of application fabric, particularly cloud service (or compute). 7 more words

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Extracting Your Company's Operating Expenses in SAP

I was recently asked what the best way to extract a company’s operating expenses were in SAP. It’s a great question and warrants a fairly complex answer. 355 more words

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Digital Clinical - Ushering in new technologies into Clinical Research

What is Digital Clinical?

I noticed this term used quite often in my conversations with customers, colleagues and industry analysts in the last couple of years. 306 more words

Cloud Computing

The Future of Google (Spoiler: It’s Pretty Bright)

I’ve just finished a piece on Google’s uncertain future. Bit odd, you might think, given it’s one of the world’s biggest and most profitable companies. 477 more words

Learning Docker on Google Cloud Platform : CoreOS is your Friend

In an earlier blog post, I had presented the view that one of the best ways to learn Docker in my opinion is to move to the cloud and not do this stuff on your local machine. 864 more words

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US: CEO Of Salesforce Cancels Events In Indiana Over Anti-LGBT Law

Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO of Salesforce.com, a cloud computing company, has cancelled all Salesforce events in Indiana, because of a new anti-gay law which will allow businesses to discriminate against the LGBT community.The Bill, called The Religious Freedom Restoration Act, was signed into law by Mike Pence, Governor, in Indiana yesterday. 288 more words


Google Cloud Releases an Amazingly Good Update

This makes me happy for those people who code their lives away hour by hour behind a computer screen, to see a company that has stuck their hands into almost everything to have an influence from smartphones, artificial intelligence, and self driving cars. 246 more words