Clueless on the Charles: Zittrain’s Cloud Missive Got it Wrong

CIO.com's Bernard Golden says Harvard professor Jonathan Zittrain got almost everything wrong in his recent New York Times diatribe on the perils of cloud computing. Here's Golden's rebuttal of Zittrain's points on lock-in, data security and innovation.
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Named by Wired.com as one of the 10 most influential people in cloud computing, Bernard Golden serves as vice president of strategy for ActiveState Software, an independent provider of CloudFoundry. He is the author of four books on virtualization and cloud computing, his most recent book being Amazon Web Services for Dummies. Learn more about him at www.bernardgolden.com.