Talking Cloud Integration with DreamSimplicity

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Have you joined DreamSimplicity yet? According to the web site, “it’s where the cool kits hang out.” Here’s a summary:

“Web-based technology marketers and industry experts join DreamSimplicity to effectively reach targeted viewers across the social web. Target our audience of over 40,000 SaaS and Cloud experts by posting content like video, news, events, jobs and more. Or, simply browse over 23,000 news articles, videos, and white papers.”

Last week at the All About the Cloud Conference in San Francisco, I sat down with them to discuss the growing importance of integration to cloud computing (and specifically SaaS application and platform) success.

All About the Cloud ’11 – Darren Cunningham “Hybrid IT – Integrating SaaS and Legacy Systems” from DreamSimplicity on Vimeo.



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