Who controls what in the cloud?

https://youtu.be/pBua5fEiNlo One of the cloud-related myths is the loss of control, and thus implicitly the loss of the power of the IT department (and potential loss of jobs). The first idea is that by moving a local server service to a public cloud, the management of the hardware and potentially the software on which the... Continue Reading →

Data! Where do you start?

https://youtu.be/9NWIymLLQtU Everybody's talking about data. It's one of the big three trends that I talked about last week. But where to start ? A data project is time and energy consuming. Starting on the wrong foot can cost a lot. In the above video, I describe an approach that work beautifully for data projects !... Continue Reading →

Chatbots? They’re mainstream!

You heard about chatbots I'm sure. They're all over the place. Microsoft, Amazon, Google, IBM, to name a few have all their offering that allows you to get a working chatbot in minutes. https://youtu.be/oDzGjTYCsqo If you have not yet taken 30 minutes of your time to see how you could setup your own chatbot, well,... Continue Reading →


What is RPA? Everybody's talking about it. Discover in this video what this new craze is all about and why you should have a close look at it. https://youtu.be/TLgR83DN1R0 Photo by Rock'n Roll Monkey on Unsplash

Blockchain vs Bitcoin

When people hear Blockchain, they think Bitcoin. If Blockchain is a technological requirement for Bitcoin, it should not be linked to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. It has, in fact, many other applications and uses case, very far from digital currency. Learn more in the video below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVnM9jWrhG4 Photo by Launchpresso on Unsplash

Chatbots and natural language processing

One of mankind's old dreams is to artificially clone him or herself in a machine. The mechanical Turk was the first attempt of this anthropomorphism of the machine, while being a scam, but that's another story. Artifical Intelligence progresses inexorably as it digests data and offers many anthropomorphic features, including the understanding of a text,... Continue Reading →

Serverless, the art of bypassing servers…

The cloud is made of millions of servers running millions of apps. The extension of a private cloud to a public cloud is often achieved by replicating what is already known: setting up servers, installing software and running applications. This is the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) model. Moving away from the management of operating... Continue Reading →

The Strong Trend of Multicloud

The cloud has changed the way IT and its tools are used by both businesses and individuals. In my book, Private, Hybrid and Public Cloud, we look at the implementation of a hybrid cloud. The last few months this trend has been proven right by for multiple cloud vendors. The consolidation of the sector and... Continue Reading →

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