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The Cloudcast: The Cloudcast #200

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The Cloudcast: The Cloudcast #200

In this episode, the cast discusses the future of cloud, public cloud vs. on-prem, blending of personal and professional data, embedded TV, and Google Glasses.

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Date: July 28, 2015

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Description: Aaron and Brian talk to Christian Reilly (@reillyusa; CTO @Citrix) about the future. They discuss how far we are from availability and adoption of many of the systems laid out in a futuristic video. They discuss the challenges of modifying long-held social norms and adapting legal environments to adjust to new technology.

Links from the show:

Topic 1 - How much of this is entirely public cloud based vs. on-prem?

- Tesla - Large Screens - Business Stuff in the Cars [TODAY]

- Self Driving Cars

- 3D Holograms with Tablets - Displays

- Seamless Collaboration Handoffs

- What do we call the workable, flat workspaces?

- Movable / Interactive Apps within touch screens

Topic 2 - Seamless blending of business and personal information (eg. calendars)- Embedded Internet in the TV

- A Useful UI on the TV (touch screen) - or is this just a display?

- Wearable medical monitoring (“the patch”)

- Elimination of medical paperwork

Topic 3 - Google Glasses (wearable)

- Massively interactive 3D display

- Micro drones from the watch

- Collaboration Tables + Collaboration displays

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Topics:
cloudcast ,wearables ,citrix ,healthcare ,cloud ,iot ,public cloud

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