Seamus McManus: Beekeeper; Father of Cloud Computing

A 2 minute 'history' of cloud computing, including the pivotal role of the mainframe. For a more factual account, see today's New York Time's article.

by Timothy Sipples June 15, 2009 in History
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IBM is basicly just trying to create another name for thin clients that they can copywrite. essentially they are pulling away from the Unix based term of Thin client and moving forward to their own, which is cloud computing, which is quite interseting seeing how, instead of being server side it is all purly p2p. IBM is basicly just trying to get their feet wet again and playing catch up, but like usual they are about 5 years too late on this on. Hooray for seamus.... IBM == IGNORANT!

Posted by: r4i | Nov 27, 2009 2:10:41 AM

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