A Brief Guide to Cloud Computing: An essential guide to the next computing revolution. (Brief Histories) Paperback – 26 Aug 2010
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Barnatt brings admirable clarity to this nebulous topic (New Scientist)
An essential introduction to the next revolution in computing and how it will affect businesses and consumers.See all Product Description
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Great stuff - a great book
Christopher Barnatt provides a guide into the World of Cloud Computing which is clear and easy to understand.
He covers many parts that make up Cloud Computing and provide excellent and relevant examples.
While I knew a little about Cloud Computing, Christopher's book has provided a much deeper insight into this subject. The index at the back of the book is a handy guide if you want to look at some of the applications which are available, some we may know already but others are there to be explored.
This is one of the best IT books I've read in quite a while and it's well worth having in your library.
This book explores and explains what the Cloud is, how it can be used and makes some suggestions for the future.
It achieves this without using any technical jargon. It is very easy to read and breaks the subject down into manageable parts.
I not only recommend this book but suggest it is essential reading.
A really well written book that also seems to be aimed at IT decision makers and business owners rather than students, which means that you can really see how to use this in your own business. It's definitely not trying to tell you what to do but to think about the opportunities/threats that the next few years will throw at all of us.
if your aim is to have an idea of cloud computing with no technical details, and your knowledge about cloud computing is low, maybe that's your book
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More related to business than home use so would rather have a more elementary book
this is a nice book to read well lead out in colour and just what you need to understand your read.Published on 19 Mar. 2014 by PETER ANGELO SIMMONS
After looking around for a good background text on cloud computing to set me up for my research into cloud computing adoption, I found this book extremely informative. Read morePublished on 16 Mar. 2014 by mukihs