IT Capacity Typically, the IT services buyer forecasts usage utilizing a number of factors at his/her disposal: Prior contracted capacity—that is, what was signed up
Amazon Trumps All Other Suitors The battle for Hulu has come down to a few prime fighters hustling for victory. I’m placing my vote that
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)
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
Return on Investment Paper vs. Plates just one question in the bigger picture Part 2 in a series on conflicts between environmental and economic impulses
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.
YouTube as a millstone around Google’s profitability is a mirage. Contrary to Credit Suisse’s estimates of a $470M annual loss, Google is more likely losing