Yahoo should spend its capital acquiring companies with dynamic leadership, such as Flipboard and Gravity, says former Yahoo executive who's now CEO of YouSendIt.
IBM releases the Open Cloud Manifesto in a less-than-open way, leading to some of the biggest cloud vendors holding out. Is the manifesto thus doomed from the start?
It's not slated to be released until next week, but the manifesto has found its way online. Here's what it says.
Cloud-computing providers are set to officially issue a "manifesto" calling for open standards in the emerging field. Two of the biggest names, though, aren't signing on.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) says it's time to block Net neutrality regulations and rein in government: "Here is the first opportunity for conservatives to make a stand."
The online activist offers a strong argument for open-sourcing government--and ways for the government to leverage digital technology and the Internet.
Leaked late last week, the Open Cloud Manifesto has been a highly controversial document among cloud industry participants. The document and its signatory list are now officially public.
The Cloud Computing Interoperability Forum will acknowledge the criticisms of the closed process used to create the document, to be presented Monday.
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