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PBA lifts lifetime ban on Balkman

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first_imgPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netRenaldo Balkman’s dreams of returning to the PBA could soon be a reality.PBA commissioner Willie Marcial confirmed that Balkman finally got the nod from former league chief Chito Salud to lift the ban imposed on the controversial import back in 2013.ADVERTISEMENT Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims “He wrote a letter of appeal then personally appeared in my office. But I didn’t decide just based on that,” said Marcial.“I solicited the thoughts of commissioner Chito Salud and Arwind Santos. Both gave their thumbs up for the lifting of the ban.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownFor his part, Salud believes the ban allowed Balkman to reassess himself and made him a better person.“I trust that he has learned his lesson and has become a better person and a more disciplined athlete. Good luck to him,” said the former commissioner. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Cabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerism View comments In Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Kyrgios cruises into fourth round of Miami Open The Puerto Rican forward played for Petron in the 2013 Commissioner’s Cup where he averaged 25 points, 13.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 2.7 blocks per game.However, he blew his gasket in the Blaze Boosters’ game against Alaska, shoving teammate Ronald Tubid and assistant coach Biboy Ravanes before choking teammate Arwind Santos.He was fined P250,000 for his actions and was slapped with a lifetime ban.Balkman returned to Philippine soil this year as import for San Miguel Alab Pilipinas in the 2018 ASEAN Basketball League where he is averaging 23.8 points and 11.5 rebounds.San Miguel still has the right of first refusal on Balkman, and any team that would want to enlist his services would need to secure a clearance from the Beermen first.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comebacklast_img read more

Broken-down Bridge Worries New Johnsonville Residents

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first_imgThe New Johnsonville Bridge with a vehicle crossing the creek bed and worried residents hoping someone or an organization will come to their rescue.A dilapidated bridge servicing more than 2,000 residents and business entities in New Johnsonville in Paynesville is in urgent need of repair.Residents and several business owners in a SOS appeal told the Daily Observer that as the heavy rains arrive, they are worried about the expected difficulties the weather will bring.Private vehicles, commercial motorcyclists and other users plying the damaged and nearly collapsing bridge are constrained to use both sides of the creek bed to transport commuters of the densely populated community.Our reporter who toured the community recently observed many of the residents and business owners’ anxiety (worry) as the small creek begins to overflow.“Each time there is a heavy downpour, residents including the students remain stranded on either side of the creek for several hours,” resident William B. Harris said.One other situation that worries the residents is that most of them fetch drinking water from the nearby swamps and dilapidated hand pumps constructed by aid agencies two decades ago.According to residents, another added menace to their plight is that there are no social services such as schools, clinics and safe drinking water for such a fast growing population in that part of Paynesville.“Our current appeal goes beyond political boundaries,” teacher Emmanuel Dolo said.The chairman of the New Johnsonville Community, Roland Teah, said over the weekend that the first rehabilitation work on the bridge was carried out in 2012 through the collective efforts of residents and well-meaning partners.“I wish to plead with all Liberians at home and abroad to think about their kinsmen and women and help in the rehabilitation of our bridge before the rainy season comes into full swing,” Mr. Teah said.At the same time, Nurse Eva L. Dorwon, 52, said pregnant women and seriously ill persons continue to encounter serious difficulties reaching the nearest clinic at Mount Barclay.“I want to candidly admit to all Liberians everywhere that if nothing is done before the heavy rains come, a looming disaster should be anticipated at New Johnsonville,” Madam Dorwon warned.Community spokesman Jerry S. Stewart reiterated that their appeal is also directed to all leaders of political parties, humanitarian organizations and Liberians for the rehabilitation of the bridge.“I wish to emphatically state that we are making this appeal in the supreme interest of (helping us remain) connected to our business district of Red-Light Market,” said Mr. Stewart.Stewart also explained that the only Liberian government elementary school at Mt. Barclay is overcrowded due to a “sharp increase in student enrolment.”He envisions hardship for the students getting to and from school during heavy downpours.“We actually want for this damaged bridge to be repaired in order to assist our school going children and childbearing mothers from being late to school and hospital,” Mr. Stewart concluded.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Beryl Prairie Road gets $3.6 million in upgrades

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first_imgThe project is funded through the Oil and Gas Rural Road Rehabilitation Program and is a cost-share project with the Government of Canada.Advertisement The Beryl Prairie Road is getting a facelift following a $3.6 million investment. Brocor Construction Ltd. was awarded the contract on Tuesday. The road is located approximately 19 kilometers west of Hudson’s Hope. It will be improved through a number of measures including strengthening and sealcoating the road, completing a realignment that will soften the current curvature of the road, and by adding concrete barriers to the roadsides through Brenot Creek. – Advertisement -The road through Brenot Creek will also be widened and pullouts will be added at either end of the hills. Culverts throughout much of the project length will also be replaced. Work should be completed by September, 2010. Single-lane alternating traffic with 20-minute maximum delays is expected to keep residential and industrial traffic moving. last_img read more

W.A.C. Bennett Dam featured in new board game

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first_imgThe W.A.C. Bennett Dam in Hudson’s Hope is going to be in a board game.The dam is one of forty B.C. locations featured in the board game Earthopoly: Team Power Smart Edition. This limited edition game is being released by B.C. Hydro and is in celebration of Power Smart Month.A limited number of the games are available exclusively to Team Power Smart members up until Dec. 31. This collector’s item will cost $19.99, while supplies last, with discounts available to those who choose to buy in bulk.The W.A.C. Bennett Dam is the largest hydroelectric Dam in British Columbia. Also featured in the game is the Peace River.- Advertisement –last_img read more

New Board of Directors elected for Archery Guyana – Khan, Persaud-McKinnon, Hing to…

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first_imgA new body of directors has been elected to lead Archery Guyana Inc into its next period, following Tuesday’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) held at the National Resource Centre on Woolford Avenue.Vidushi Persaud-McKinnon, elected Secretary-General at this AGM, delivered a comprehensive report to the membership, giving a brief background of Archery Guyana Inc, from its establishment in August 2014 to the end of the reporting period of 30th August, 2018. She reported on the status of the new website; membership; and the World Archery Level 1 Coach Training Course, which was deemed a historic success, with participation from Regions 1, 4, 7, 8 and 9.Nineteen participants duly completed that course and were awarded certificates. They have since returned to the various regions of their domicile to commence coaching so as to start the next phase to move Archery to a National Sport in Guyana.Newly elected President of Archery Guyana Mohamed Gamal Khan giving a passionatecommitment to the membership. Flanked on his right is Vidushi Persaud-McKinnon and onhis left Nicholas HingPersaud-McKinnon also reflected on the exciting news, in May this year at the Official Opening Ceremony, when Director of Sport Christopher Jones announced that discussions were being held in regard to the inclusion of Archery in the annual National Schools Championships; and as such, coordinating and collaborating with Archery Guyana to ensure this programme happens is part of the National Sports Commission’s work programme.It was also reported that Archery Guyana has since submitted to the NSC a list of schools where various certified coaches have been working, and their contact details. International events were also reported on, such as the recent World Archery Americas’ General Assembly 2018, held in Medellin, Colombia on August 18, 2018, and at which Guyana was for the first time represented.The national pistol shooter also reported that new club Treasurer Nicholas Hing recently returned from an Archery Training Camp and Coaching Seminar funded by Pan-Am Sports and coordinated by World Archery Americas in collaboration with the Colombian Olympic Committee in Medellin, Colombia.The Camp and Seminar, which followed on the heels of the World Archery Americas General Assembly and the conclusion of the Pan American and Parapan Championships, were conducted by top level experts in various fields of the sport, and attended by a total of 32 archers and 39 coaches from 22 countries. This training camp and seminar were a boost for Archery Guyana’s development programme.Practice SessionsIndoor and outdoor practice sessions were reported on as continuing with the kind permission of the NSC and the Ministry, at the National Gymnasium on Mandela Avenue and at the Carifesta Sports Complex Ground on Carifesta Avenue. Collaboration with International Bodies was reported on, such as World Archery where Archery Guyana was shortlisted as eligible to receive level 1 equipment donated from WA, and have since received a Level 1 Kit.Collaboration continues also with World Archery Americas, where local activities continue to be published in the monthly bulletins which are shared internationally. This year, through the representations of World Archery, Archery Guyana received from Easton and Hoyt donations of some equipment to assist with its development work.In regard to Heritage Games, Archery Tournament, Archery Guyana, for the past 3 years, proudly hosted the national archery competition for the Ministry of Indigenous Affairs’ Heritage Games during Heritage Month in September. This year, it was reported, Archery Guyana was again invited to do so, September 22-23, with the usual 2-day tournament with participants from indigenous communities and members of the general public.The Heritage Games will take the usual barebow format to remain traditional, in keeping with the heritage celebrations, and will feature this year an Olympic Recurve Bow Display by the duly certified coaches from the regions. It is also envisaged that Archery Guyana will soon start a Para-Archery Programme. This is an area Archery Guyana will explore to ensure that all persons with disabilities are also given an opportunity to participate in an Olympic sport.Fundraisers:Archery Guyana, from time to time, seeks to host fundraising events. For the past 2 years, Archery Guyana assisted with the Archery Fundraiser at St Joseph Mercy Hospital Christmas Fair. On the last occasion, its entire proceeds were donated to assist with the building of a Home for the Elderly.NSC – National Sports CommissionThe National Sports Commission has been very supportive of Archery Guyana in so many ways, with access to the various sporting facilities. The elections for the new Board of Directors then commenced under the duly elected Returning Officer, Attorney-at-Law and Honorary Counsel to Japan, Kashir Khan, who officially released the following information after the democratic and transparent electoral process in the presence of an independent observer from the National Sports Commission, Mr. Seon Erskine.Members had to cast a secret vote for the position of Treasurer, with two strong contenders locked in a close vote: Mr. Robert Singh and Mr. Nicholas Hing.Sincere gratitude was expressed to the various persons who assisted in one way or the other for 2018: The Honourable Minister George Norton, Minister of Social Cohesion; Director of Sport Mr Christopher Jones; National Sports Commission; President of the GSSF, Mr. Ryan McKinnon; Infotrans Guyana Inc; Neutrino Inc; Mr. Julius Simon; Commissioner General Mr Godfrey Statia, the Guyana Revenue Authority; Mr. Harryram Parmesar, Parmesar Accounting Firm; Members and the Board of the Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation; Demerara Distillers Ltd; Mr Shameer Mohamed; the Management of Ocean Spray Hotel, Mr Mark Singh; the Management of Carib Foods; Demerara Distillers Limited; Mr Ramesh Ghir; Guyana Tourism Authority; Dr Pravesh Harry; Mr Balkarran Sukhu; Riverview Welding and Marine Supplies; Mr Robert Singh; Mr L.P. Shivraj; Massy Industries; New GPC Inc; Guyana Times; Mr Ray Beharry; members of Archery Guyana, and the media.The Financial Report was presented to the membership, and was duly approved. Two motions were unanimously passed: to retain external auditor Mr Harryram Parmesar from the Parmesar Audit Firm, and to adopt the amended Constitution.last_img read more

Trojans have safety valve

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first_imgIn 2004, Ware and Bing, who battled a sprained shoulder that eventually required off-season surgery, split time with Jason Leach as USC’s safeties. Their task has been even more challenging this season as several injuries to the Trojans’ cornerbacks have weakened USC’s pass defense (ranked 73rd in the nation, allowing over 227 yards per game) and required the soft-spoken Bing, in particular, to take on a leadership role. “The last two years I wasn’t really the guy that would speak a lot because I had Jason Leach back there helping me out,” Bing said. “This year I felt like I had to speak a little bit more than I usually do.” If USC’s defense is vulnerable to the pass, it might make up for it with its big-play ability. The Trojans defenders entered bowl season with the most forced turnovers in the nation (37). Bing has a team-high four interceptions. Ware has two forced fumbles with one fumble recovery and one interception. “They’ve got a pretty good secondary,” Texas receiver Billy Pittman said. “I mean, they’re playing against some of the best offenses in the nation. I think they deserve more credit.” Against Texas, the job of a safety becomes an exceptional, mutli-faceted challenge. Longhorns tight end David Thomas is Texas’ leading pass catcher (40 receptions) and coverage will fall heavily on Bing. “Their tight ends are capable of having a big game and they do enough things with them, big downfield-type of throws to give them a chance to do that,” USC head coach and defensive coordinator Pete Carroll said. “It’s up to Darnell to do a really good job on those guys … he’ll be in the area quite a bit.” Texas’ receivers, much like USC’s group last year, has developed quickly from a bunch of unknowns into a strong force. “They have pretty good receivers, they’re fast, they’re capable of making things happen after catching the balls,” Bing said. “I think we have a big challenge with this game.” Oh yeah, and then there’s that Young guy. When the Heisman runner-up tucks the ball down to run, USC safeties will need to be in the right place to avoid another highlight-reel performance from the Texas quarterback. “There’s really three opportunities, the original play and then when he takes off and runs or moves out and throws the football,” Carroll said. “You can imagine it’s hard enough defending one play than defending three plays, and you don’t know which one you’re getting after it starts.” It’s a tough job that requires two tough individuals. A two-headed safety blanket that hasn’t let down the Trojans yet. keven.chavez@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, ext. 2239 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! From differing expectations came similar excellence as Bing and Ware have formed a formidable tandem in the Trojans’ defensive backfield. Bing is a ball-hawking strong safety and Ware a helmet-rattling free safety. They’re the strength in USC’s supposed weakness – an injury-riddled secondary. And they’ll be the Trojans’ last line of defense against Texas’ superstar quarterback Vince Young, a strong group of tight ends and an underrated receiving corps during Wednesday’s BCS championship game at the Rose Bowl. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson“I’m very impressed with the safeties,” Texas defensive coordinator Greg Davis said. “Darnell Bing and Scott Ware are guys that have been around and they use them in different ways, both in (run) support and pass rush and coverage, so they do a great job.” USC has asked for great jobs from both Bing and Ware the moment they each arrived on campus. Both players were starters at safety the moment they set foot on the field in cardinal and gold. For Bing, it was expected. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound junior was all-everything in high school and has shown enough talent to moonlight at practice as tailback and currently returns kickoffs along with his duties at strong safety. Ware was less of a slam dunk, even after gaining junior college All-America honors at Santa Rosa Junior College in 2003. “For me, it’s been crazy coming from a junior college, you know, making the decision out of high school not to take a scholarship to a (NCAA Division) I-AA school and decide that I could play better football than that and waiting it out,” Ware said, “and then coming here and getting put right in my first year.” center_img BEVERLY HILLS – Darnell Bing was one of USC’s biggest recruits in recent years, another in a long line of Long Beach Poly standouts so deeply coveted that Athletic Director Mike Garrett, a former Trojans star running back and Heisman Trophy winner, took his own No. 20 jersey number out of retirement. Scott Ware was a player from Northern California who barely earned a glimmer of attention in high school before earning his reputation and a scholarship at USC after a strong stint at a junior college. last_img read more

DONEGAL AND KERRY HAVE €5,000 FINES UPHELD

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first_imgThe GAA’s Central Hearings Committee has upheld fines of €5,000 for Donegal and Kerry following their National Football match in Tralee earlier this month.Kerry won the game at Austin Stack Park by five points. Kerry players were involved in a large number of off-the-ball incidents, provoking Donegal players throughout.Kerry’s Alan Fitzgerald and Donegal’s Leo McLoone were both red carded, while there were two black cards and a number of yellow cards dished out by referee Eddie Kinsella after a number of flashpoints. Managers Eamonn Fitzmaurice and Rory Gallagher were summoned to Kinsella’s dressing room at half-time in an effort to reduce tensions and the The Central Hearings Committee (CHC) has upheld fines for both counties.The Central Competitions Controls Committee alleged a breach of rule 7.2 (d) (3), that is to say “Disruptive Conduct at Games by Players (not causing the Premature Termination of a Game).”Both counties sought a hearing after originally being hit with €7,500 fines respectively, but the CHC found that the alleged infraction had been proven and only slightly reduced the fines for the respective county boards, who can challenge the decision by appealing it to the Central Appeals Committee CAC).Donegal defender Neil McGee was banned for a game.  DONEGAL AND KERRY HAVE €5,000 FINES UPHELD was last modified: March 31st, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

‘PFA refused to cover costs of life-saving heart operation’ – Aston Villa legend

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first_img Ken McNaught (top row, centre) celebrates Aston Villa’s 1982 European Cup triumph Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January Latest Premier League news on talkSPORT.com 2 shining McNaught later got in touch with the PFA again to seek emotional and organisational support, as the stresses over his condition took its toll on him and his family.But he feels they were left to deal with the situation on their own.“I got in touch with the PFA later on looking for some advice,” he added.“I knew they wouldn’t cover the cost, but I was looking for them to take the pressure away because I was phoning the doctors twice a week to find out when the operation date was going to be.“The effect it was having on my family, especially when the operation date kept changing and kept getting postponed, it was extremely hard on my family.“I burst into tears during one phone call because of the pressure involved. Gordon Taylor has come under heavy fire for his running of the PFA In 2015, McNaught was diagnosed with a serious heart condition which required an aortic root and valve replacement, eventually having the operation in February 2016.After a fight, the PFA paid for an initial MRI scan but when it was confirmed he was facing a major operation, they refused to help cover the costs.Speaking to talkSPORT host Jim White, the Villa legend said: “I contacted the PFA to try and have the MRI scan done sooner than with the NHS. It cost £1050 in total. I thought the PFA would cover that because that’s the reason why they were set up.MORE: ‘I know I’d do a better job’ – Danny Murphy says he would stand to replace Gordon Taylor“I had the MRI and the result was I had to have a major heart operation and I expected the PFA to pay for it, but sadly things dragged on and on and basically they more or less said they weren’t going to cover it.“Eventually they paid the bill for the MRI, but I was told the operation would cost £37,500. I contracted the PFA and was told there was no way they were going to cover that.“They were used to knee and hip ops but I said, ‘you’re taking about someone’s life here’.“But no, they wouldn’t cover the cost of it.” Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won REVEALED no dice huge blow Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card 2 REVEALED deals Aston Villa legend Ken McNaught has revealed the Professional Footballers’ Association REFUSED to help pay for a life-saving operation after he was diagnosed with a serious heart condition.The 63-year-old former defender joined talkSPORT to join the growing debate about the future of the PFA and its under-fire chief executive Gordon Taylor.Taylor has been urged to resign from his post after 37 years in charge, amid claims the union – one of the wealthiest in the country – are not offering adequate support to its members.And McNaught, a member of the mighty Aston Villa team which won the European Cup, European Super Cup and English first division title in the early 1980s, joined talkSPORT to explain how he felt let down by the PFA when he was left facing a huge medical bill. Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? gameday cracker tense “When I joined the PFA, I was sold on the fact that once you became a member they also covered you after your career had finished.“That was the big attraction, the fact there was a benevolent fund being set up. Back in those days, five per cent of all transfer fees went to the PFA, there was no TV money, but they still got a fair proportion of any transfer fee.“I would hate for anyone to go through what my family went through. And I’m not just talking about the financial side of it, I’m talking about someone taking an interest and just putting an arm around you and saying, ‘you look after your family, we’ll take all that worry and pressure away from you and we’ll arrange for thing to be done’.”Listen back to talkSPORT’s interview with Ken McNaught in full abovelast_img read more

Met Eireann extends yellow wind warning for Donegal

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first_imgIt is set to be a very windy night across Donegal with Met Eireann predicting stormy conditions for the county.A status yellow wind warning is in place for Donegal until Monday night.Many parts of the county have been experiencing blustery conditions throughout the weekend The warning read: ‘Strong and gusty southeast winds expected during the period. Means speeds of 50 to 65kmh with gusts of 90 to 110km/h, strongest in coastal areas and about high ground’.The warning is in place until Monday, April 15 at 7pm.Met Eireann extends yellow wind warning for Donegal was last modified: April 14th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegal weather alertdonegal weather warningweather warninglast_img read more

A Map To Better Understand The Cloud Ecosystem…And The Hype

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first_imgAppirio is in the business of helping companies get into the cloud computing world so it is no surprise that the map has its own viewpoints on matters of the cloud.From the Appirio blog:“It (the map) distinguishes between offerings that are true cloud offerings vs. those that are “hosted” (single tenant / multi-instance) vs. those that are on-premise “private cloud”….not really a cloud at all. Not really a cloud at all? Hmmm. There may be some who disagree with this view on cloud computing. Here’s the take from Gartner’s Tom Bittman: Trying to understand the basics of cloud computing is one matter but getting a grasp on the technologies across the different platforms is another issue entirely.To try and simplify things just a bit, Appirio is offering a map that shows the cloud ecosystem. The map breaks out 70 different layers of technology across applications, platforms and infrastructure. The map is pretty sophisticated with the ability to drill down to understand the underlying technologies. 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now That aside, the map will be pretty helpful to almost everyone with an interest in the cloud computing world. Here are a few of Appirio’s conclusions:You Want Hype, We Have Hype: Man, It’s almost reminiscent of the podcasting hype a few years ago. Look at the map and you see that almost every tech company you can find has some take on the cloud. Cloud computing is at the top of Gartner’s Hype Cycle. And, of course, we have Larry Ellison, who is having a blast poking fun at the world of cloud computing. Hmm….when the clouds clear, what companies in the ecosystem will turn to vapor?The More You Share, The Better You Will Be: The name of the game is multi-tenancy. “This results in more than just economies of scale: multi-tenancy enables agility and innovation since there’s only one code base to work off of, and customer behavior can be observed realtime.”It’s Really Not That Clear At All: The lines are blurring out there. It’s difficult to tell what’s a cloud service and what is not. IBM, for instance, looks like it cuts across the spectrum. Where does it fit?Kudos to Appirio. This is the kind of clarification that we need to get a better grasp on cloud computing and what it all means. Related Posts alex williamscenter_img IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Tags:#Analysis#enterprise#news#saas Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of…last_img read more