• http://www.newtonashville.net Matt

    Disclaimer: I did not listen (yet), but will later.

    I've heard from people who have been locked out of Gmail, Twitter, Facebook, etc., and, while I agree that it's worth it to pose the question “Is cloud computing all it's cracked up to be?”, I worry it's also futile. For the vast majority of those who've only experienced the immense convenience of Google Documents, for example, how do you convince them to go back to Word (other than having them get locked out)?

    Anyway, I'll listen to the interview and see what the alternative is, how cloud computing is getting more/less secure, and all the other wonderful things I'm sure the interview addresses before piping in more.

  • http://www.davemadethat.com Dave Delaney

    Sadly, the interview didn't really address to much about that. It was
    edited quite substantially.
    I know what you mean too, I agree that it's easier for people to use
    cloud computing and simply hope for the best. However, I do think that
    users need to be more diligent with backing things up.

    Ok developers, who's going to come up with an auto-backup-er for
    Google docs, etc? :-)

    D

  • http://www.matthewbigelow.com mattbigelow

    Disclaimer: I did not listen (yet), but will later.

    I've heard from people who have been locked out of Gmail, Twitter, Facebook, etc., and, while I agree that it's worth it to pose the question “Is cloud computing all it's cracked up to be?”, I worry it's also futile. For the vast majority of those who've only experienced the immense convenience of Google Documents, for example, how do you convince them to go back to Word (other than having them get locked out)?

    Anyway, I'll listen to the interview and see what the alternative is, how cloud computing is getting more/less secure, and all the other wonderful things I'm sure the interview addresses before piping in more.

  • http://www.davemadethat.com Dave Delaney

    Sadly, the interview didn't really address to much about that. It was
    edited quite substantially.
    I know what you mean too, I agree that it's easier for people to use
    cloud computing and simply hope for the best. However, I do think that
    users need to be more diligent with backing things up.

    Ok developers, who's going to come up with an auto-backup-er for
    Google docs, etc? :-)

    D

  • http://www.davemadethat.com Dave Delaney

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