Buyers & Sellers: In the first part of our series, we examined the implications of IT buyers negotiating positions rather than interests. Neglecting to examine
IT Infrastructure Services: A little over a month ago, on a hot and sunny day at a coffee shop in Santa Monica, I bumped into
Managed Services RFP Managed Services RFP Harm Suppliers and Buyers Alike As a seller of IT managed services, you may spend hundreds of hours on a quote
Google Wrecks the CDN Market Last week Google formally launched its Page Speed Service, the latest in a long line of Content Delivery Network (CDN)
A Cynic Predicts IT and Media in 2011 (Prove me wrong or shut the heck up.) As pondered by Tony Greenberg and Alex Veytsel 1.
Sourcing Advisor 2011 was a very busy year for us at RampRate. I’ve spent nearly 20 years, on many sides, of the technology business and
Buggy Whip Business Who’s in the buggy whip business in technology these days? By that, I mean, what companies are about to become obsolete thanks
Google as CDN Craig Labovitz, at Arbor Networks, a company that makes packet inspection gear, released a great article about how much traffic Google serves.
SLA Measurement Today’s devious device is a playbook page that’s intentionally left blank. Omitting meaningful measurement from IT service Level Agreements (SLAs) or leaving them