The cloud according to Microsoft: WPC 2012

![](http://www.thomasduryea.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/office365.jpg “office365”) **The cloud according to Microsoft: WPC 2012** The second day of Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC 2012) offered a jam-packed and diverse agenda, which certainly ensured that partners got a good idea of just how encompassing Microsoft’s strategy is. The message to the partners is clear, Microsoft wants to own the compete conversation ...

Live from WPC 2012: Day 1

![](http://www.thomasduryea.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/wpc.jpg “WPC 2012”) Live from WPC 2012 : Day 1 It’s day one of the Microsoft WPC 2012 (Worldwide Partner Conference) and over 16,000 partners from around the world are gathered in Toronto, Canada, to get the low down on how Microsoft can help fuel a portion of their business in the year ahead. Despite a ...

Harnessing BYOD’s missed possibilities

![](http://www.thomasduryea.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/LLCTXImage.png “L&LCTXImage”) So, you’ve dismissed the BYO revolution as fad. That, or you believe that BYO will cost too much to support. That you shouldn’t do however is throw the baby out with the bath water. You’ll still find a lot of value in the policies and systems that have been coming through the pipe ...

Finding trust among the cloud craze

![](http://www.thomasduryea.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Wow.jpg “Wow”) The cloud remains the trend of the moment. Almost every new technology product that launches is ‘based in the cloud’, ‘cloud ready’ or ‘cloud compatible’. The word is used by almost every technology company to describe how their product is now based in some far away data centre. But while technology companies continue ...