February 19th, 2013

By Jeremy Villalobos

Trajectory (Stage 1)

Hosting services have been around for quite some time now but its only recently, in the past 5 to 6 years, that virtualized hosting services have been taking a drastic innovative shift in the market. When we first looked at hosting services, 10 to 15 years ago, companies were looking for a secure way to storage their data in a secure building with full remote access. Today, we see service providers drastically challenging the idea with eagerness of a unique solution that will not only make sense for consumers as far of cost go but also impacting their customer productivity and bottom line.

Threats and Possibilities (Stage 2)

While analyzing the evolution in the market, we debated the possibility of companies not being ready to shift gears to a virtualized model. Service providers studied and improved ...  
March 14th, 2012

 By Moises Navarro Marin

I have always advocated that the cloud model brings good news. The benefits to those who consume cloud services are substantial. It has the agility, flexibility, even the power to access capabilities and resources that were previously prohibitive or unreachable… When it comes to weighting the kind of analysis to be carried out by a user in order to choose a provider of cloud services, I believe that we also have good news: there is no reason why we should change the process of selection and decision-making that we have followed so far. Security issues as well as management of services are still as important as before. Taking in ...  
March 12th, 2012

 By Asuncion Lopez Larrinaga

When and why have innovations taken place throughout history?

Let’s examine innovation from a historical perspective and analyze the time periods leading to exceptional levels of innovation. Steven Johnson, author of "Where Ideas Come From, Natural History of Innovation” explains the following: How and why does change and transformation occur in order to produce something new? According to Johnson, it’s an evolutionary and holistic process; by tracing history we are able to discover recurring patterns of innovation. Here are some:
Slow Hunches: Someone has a small gut feeling, an ...  
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