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Can Contracting be Controlled?

As a business leader, you know you can’t control every aspect of your business. That’s why you hire good people. However, there are some things you should be able to control, and your contracts should be at the top of that list. 448 more words


Build your own Twitter - Part 2 - Azure Table Structures

Azure Table Store offers a very important scalability feature which should be used when working with timelines. The partitionkey in every table allows Microsoft to put entities on different servers. 401 more words


OwnBackup Spring 2015 Release - Sneak Peak

This coming April OwnBackup will be announcing our biggest release yet, Spring 2015.

The new features and functionality coming in our latest release are going to put OwnBackup in a category all it’s own in the SaaS application backup and recovery space. 412 more words


Inevitability of Multi-Tenancy & SAAS in Product Engineering

Servitization of products is about transforming products into services. Services are an integral part of most products. It is important to note that in the services economy that we live in, enterprises have an emphasized focus on services.   2,226 more words


SaaS Benefits and Considerations

According to Forrester Research, global software-as-a-service (SaaS) revenue was $63.2 billion dollars in 2014 with the market expected to grow by 110% to $132.6 billion in 2020. 371 more words


Build your own Twitter - Part 1 - A timeline service with Azure Table Store

The Azure Cost Monitor and many other cloud services I’m working on, needed a timeline service to present aggregated events and actions similar to an audit trail. 564 more words


I can’t stop talking about cloud

When I see a picture like this of Lenticular clouds over Mt. Fuji in Japan, I don’t think, “whoa, nature,” I think “redundancy in the cloud.” Too bad it’s fake. 209 more words