Wednesday, February 25, 2009

From the Ground to the Cloud to . . . Print Output

Free advice: IBM+Ricoh (InfoPrint) should find the Open Source software that enables
From the Cloud to Print Output. Mostly on Ricoh boxes. Give it to a skunk works project. They could probably get a "good enough" version in a month or so.

Plus they'll be in a great position for Blog2Print and Wiki2Magazine and Newspaper website to NewsPaper.

Give Google a call. They have a gezillion engineers looking for great projects.
IBM Delivers Software to Ontario Universities via Cloud Computing:
"IBM (NYSE: IBM) and the Ontario Centres of Excellence today launched a pilot project that gives university students, professors, and other researchers anytime, anywhere access to some of IBM's leading business software via cloud computing.

Cloud computing is an emerging compute model for delivering and consuming IT capabilities as a service. This Tools as a Service (TaaS) technology showcase, which enables researchers to have 24/7 access to IBM's WebSphere Integration Developer and Rational Software Architect over the Internet, is a major milestone for the IBM Canada Centre for Advanced Studies and its partners in the Centre of Excellence for Research in Adaptive Systems (CERAS).

Early adopters of this pilot include the University of Waterloo, York University, Queen's University, University of Toronto, Carleton University, the Ontario Cancer Institute, and developers from the IBM Canada software lab."

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