8 Cloud Computing Gurus You Should Be Following on Twitter
Check out this list of top cloud computing pros offering commentaries in 140 characters or less on Twitter.
David is the author of more than 13 books on computing and is an expert in complex distributed systems, including cloud computing, data integration, SOA and big data systems.
Jeff has nearly 30 years of experience and expertise in IT/network management, SaaS, cloud computing, managed services and outsourcing trends.
Bill is an industry analyst and business strategy consultant with 25+ years in the software/services and media industries. He is the founder of Saugatuck Technologies and blogger for Information Management currently focusing heavily on cloud IT and cloud business strategies.
Scott is a cloud consultant, managed service provider, mobile technology expert and entrepreneur and blogger who translates technobabble for organizations to make business decisions about technology.
Joe is an author and speaker focusing on trends reshaping the tech industry as well as a blogger for Information Managements sister publication, Insurance Networking News.
Author and expert on technology and strategy for cloud, SaaS, integration, data management, modernization and social media.
Is a blogger focused on the topic of data integration as an on-demand service, including SaaS data integration, data integration in the cloud, integration as a service and data quality as a service.
Torsten is an analyst at Enterprise Management Associates focusing on server virtualization, automation and cloud (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS).
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With more than 500 million users generating 340 million tweets a day, it can be hard to pick out the true industry experts, especially in the emerging space of cloud computing. However, certain voices on virtualization, on-demand, as-a-service and all things cloud rise to the top.