Nick Carr is so clever:
“But in this early stage of the cloud’s development, openness means little to the buyer (or user). The buyers, particularly those in big companies, are nervous about the cloud even as they are becoming increasingly eager to reap the benefits the cloud can provide. What they care about right now is security, reliability, features, compatibility with their existing systems and applications, ease of adoption, stability of the vendor, and other practical concerns. “
Oh, OK. Did he miss anything ? In other words cloud computing is NOT meeting any of the the MINIMUM requirements for companies.
Not much to worry about then. Cloud Computing is already here ? What a load of tosh.
Cloud computing is much,much further away than anyone thinks.