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80. Forrester's Advice to CFOs: Embrace Cloud Computing to Cut Costs
81. Five cloud computing questions
82. Nicholas Carr on 'The Big Switch' to cloud computing
83. What is cloud computing?
84. Google Apps makes its way into big business
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93. Feature Guide: Amazon EC2 Availability Zones
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98. Recession Is Good For Cloud Computing – Microsoft Agrees
99. Defining “Cloud Services” and “Cloud Computing”
100. The new geek chic: Data centers
101. Cloud Computing: Small Companies Take Flight
102.Google Apps Admins Jittery About Gmail, Hopeful About Future
103.New Resource, Born of a Cloud Feud
104.Exari: Death By Laptop
105.Cloud computing security forecast: Clear skies
106.Google to go carbon neutral by 2008
107.What is Cloud Computing?
108.Shut off your computer
109.Nimbus Cloud Guide
110.Google's Open Source Android OS Will Free the Wireless Web
111. In Sync to Pierce the Cloud
112.Microsoft demos mobile cloud sync client
113.CherryPal brings cloud computing to the masses
114.Zonbu has alluring features, price
115.GOS cloud computing
116.Google Chrome Aims to Break Microsoft Windows
117.EMC buys Pi and forms a cloud computing group
118.Google angles for business users with 'platform as a service's
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120.The Emerging Cloud Service Architecture
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124.Defining “Cloud Services” and “Cloud Computing”
125.IBM Embraces Juniper For Its Smart 'Hybrid Cloud', Disses Cisco (IBM)
126.Private Clouds Take Shape
127.Million-Dollar Private Clouds
128.Google opens private cloud to coders
129.ACM Queue - Beyond Server Consolidation
130.ORGs for Scalable, Robust, Privacy-Friendly Client Cloud Computing
131.Google Privacy Practices Worse Than ISP Snooping, AT&T Charges
132.The bill of rights is currently in draft.
133.Draft Cloud Computing: Bill of Rights Now Available
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136.Red Hat chief: 'The clouds will all run Linux'
137.The Cloud and Standards
138.Lock-in, security loom as dark side of Compute Cloud
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149.MacManus, Richard. Porter, Joshua. "Web 2.0 for Designers". Digital Web Magazine, May
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151.Digital Media Use Increases () Kristen Nicole, Deloitte & Touche, December 2007. Brief
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152.Internet Users Datrief (PDF) Division of eHealth Marketing, National Center for Health
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153.Mobile Users Datriefs (PDF) Division of eHealth Marketing, National Center for Health
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154.New Media Resources for Social Marketers () R. Craig Lefebvre, PhD, Social Marketing
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155.Old and New Media Use, The Multicultural Marketing Equation Study 2007: Report #1
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156.Online Health Information Seekers (PDF) Division of eHealth Marketing, National Center
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157.Online Technology for Social Change: From Struggle to Strategy () Leda Dederich;
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158.Social Marketing and Public Health Intervention () R. Craig Lefebvre and June A. Flora,
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essential aspects of the social marketing process . . . variables [that] could result in more cost
effective programs that reach larger numbers of the target audience.
159.Tech Soup Website (URL) discusses ways that an organization can benefit from emerging
160.The Effect of Web 2.0 on the Future of Medical Practice and Education: () Rick McLean;
Richards, Brian H.; Wardman, Janet I. , MJA, Volume 187 Number 3 p 174, August 2007.
Darwikinian Evolution or Folsonomic Revolution? Australian health care providers have
increasingly been using the Internet to access information in documents linked by hypertext
on the World Wide Web, a function now often referred to as “Web 1.0”. Many health
professionals use the Internet to participate in continuing professional development, email
communication, and to search for clinical information.
161.The Emerging Web 2.0 Social Software () Maged N. Kamel Boulos and Steve Wheeler,
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Sociable Technologies in Health and Health Care Education; University of Plymouth,
United Kingdom; the more popular Web 2.0 applications in education, namely wikis, blogs
and podcasts, are but the tip of the social software iceberg . . . careful thinking, testing and
evaluation research are still needed in order to establish ‘best practice models’ for leveraging
these emerging technologies to boost our teaching and learning productivity, foster stronger
‘communities of practice’, and support CME, professional development, and patient
162.The Too-Much-Information Age (PDF) Yankelovich Monitor, August 2008. The
Information Age has morphed into the Too-Much-Information Age: unending flow of
emails, IMs, text messages, phone calls . . . all contributing to hours per day managing
163.Using Evidence in Practice: Blogs, Wikis, and Podcasts, the Evaluation Bypass? () Andrew
Booth, Health Information and Libraries Journal, 24: pp 298-302, 2007. What questions
should be answered before adopting a new technology or innovation? Lack of time or other
constraints can result in an uncritical addition of new technology or procedure without an