Cloud Surfing by Thomas M. Koulopoulos audiobook

Cloud Surfing: A New Way to Think About Risk, Innovation, Scale, and Success

By Thomas M. Koulopoulos
Read by Thomas M. Koulopoulos

Gildan Media 9781469090832
7.35 Hours Unabridged
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When people hear “the Cloud,” they think of cloud computing, just a sliver of what the Cloud is today. The Cloud has grown: it represents the consummate disruptor to structure; a pervasive social and economic network that will soon connect and define more of the world than any other political, social, or economic organization. The Cloud is the first megatrend of the twenty-first century, one that will shape the way we will address virtually every challenge we face for at least the next 100 years. It is where we will all live, work, and play in the coming decades. The Cloud is where your kids go to dive into online play. It’s where you meet and make friends in social networks. It’s where companies find the next big idea. It’s where political campaigns are won and lost. Cloud Surfing is the groundbreaking book that will explain how to access the full value of the Cloud and how to embrace its possibilities.

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When people hear “the Cloud,” they think of cloud computing, just a sliver of what the Cloud is today. The Cloud has grown: it represents the consummate disruptor to structure; a pervasive social and economic network that will soon connect and define more of the world than any other political, social, or economic organization. The Cloud is the first megatrend of the twenty-first century, one that will shape the way we will address virtually every challenge we face for at least the next 100 years. It is where we will all live, work, and play in the coming decades. The Cloud is where your kids go to dive into online play. It’s where you meet and make friends in social networks. It’s where companies find the next big idea. It’s where political campaigns are won and lost. Cloud Surfing is the groundbreaking book that will explain how to access the full value of the Cloud and how to embrace its possibilities.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“Tom Koulopoulos is the prognosticator of cloud-based computing, and Cloud Surfing is his crystal ball! Here he has truly captured the implications of the cloud and the way it is transforming the way we work, live, and learn. His insights into growing accessibility and the collaborative power of real-time connectivity to information and resources is an exciting and invigorating journey.” David DeHaven, Dean, School of Info Systems / Technology Kaplan University
Cloud Surfing artfully captures the first major megatrend of our century and shows us a world where hyperconnectivity is the new norm. The extraordinary access to new connections that the cloud enables will have a profound effect on how we scale our businesses and manage our people, processes, and technology.” Andy Zynga, CEO, NineSigma

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Author Bio: Thomas M. Koulopoulos

Author Bio: Thomas M. Koulopoulos

Thomas Koulopoulos is the founder of the Delphi Group, which for twenty years has been providing thought leadership to global organizations on the intersection of business and technology. Named one of the industry’s most influential information management consultants by InformationWeek magazine, he is a recognized author on the subject, frequently appearing in national and international print and broadcast media, including Businessweek, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, the Economist, CNBC, CNN, and NPR. Tom is the author of several books, including The Innovation Zone, Smartsourcing, and Cloud Surfing.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Business & Economics
Runtime: 7.35
Audience: Adult
Language: English