Joe.Weinman

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Joe Weinman is a frequent global keynote speaker and the author of Digital Disciplines: Attaining Market Leadership via the Cloud, Big Data, Social, Mobile and the Internet of Things (Wiley CIO, 2015), which has been the number 1 "Hot New Release" in Computers & Technology on Amazon. He is also the author of the seminal Cloudonomics: The Business Value of Cloud Computing (Wiley, 2012), also available in Chinese, and a contributor to Regulating the Cloud (MIT Press, 2015). He was the founding chair of the IEEE Intercloud Testbed Executive Committee, is the Cloud Economics editor for IEEE Cloud Computing magazine, and has been named a "Top 10 Cloud Computing Leader," among other accolades.

Weinman has been awarded 22 U.S. and international patents in areas such as pseudoternary line coding protocols, simulation and workflow, consumer goods, wireless technologies, telecommunications, cloud and distributed computing, web search algorithms, and homomorphic encryption.

He most recently was Senior Vice President, Telx, responsible for leading cloud services business development and strategy. He joined Telx with over 30 years of experience in executive leadership positions at AT&T, Hewlett-Packard, and Bell Laboratories, in areas such as corporate strategy, business development, product management, operations, and R&D.

He received a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Computer Science from Cornell University and the University of Wisconsin - Madison respectively, and completed Executive Education at the International Institute for Management Development in Lausanne, Switzerland.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Joe Weinman and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Articles by Joe.Weinman

Forget about the cloud: imagine the hybrid multi-cloud fog
Digital Disciplines

Forget about the cloud: imagine the hybrid multi-cloud fog

Leading companies are using a hybrid mix of private and public clouds, multiple clouds at various layers, and both centralized hyperscale and dispersed edge computing resources as the Internet of Things matures. Welcome to the hybrid multi-cloud fog.
November 16, 2016
Digital Disciplines

While digital growth explodes, energy use remains flat

Even as digitalization pervades our society, technologies for cloud, virtualization, and energy efficiency are keeping energy use essentially constant, according to a new DOE report.
June 29, 2016
With cloud, anything goes, apparently
Digital Disciplines

With cloud, anything goes, apparently

Tech-savvy companies ranging from Apple to Zynga—including Coursera, Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, GE, Instagram, Netflix and Uber—have each adopted a different public cloud strategy. Reasons include corporate strategy, cost optimization, performance optimization, core competencies and more.
April 15, 2016
Digital Disciplines

The Internet of Things for developing economies

The United Nations International Telecommunications Union and Cisco have jointly released a report titled "Harnessing the Internet of Things for Global Development," which has been submitted as a contribution to the UN Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development. It highlights innovative uses of IoT technology to improve healthcare, agriculture, energy, water and other basic needs across the developing world, thus offering lessons for CIOs in how to build robust, cost-effective IoT solutions and highlighting business opportunities to do well by doing good.
February 2, 2016