We’ve crossed a very significant chasm.
What chasm is that? You may ask. Enterprises? Mainstream IT? Government? Telcos? Yes, all of those are gaining traction by the second, but we have crossed one that is far more significant.
We received an email last week that asked, “Could you please tell me about cloud computing, what it does, why does it help, and what does your company do with it?”
Good question! Why is this so significant? It came from a fifth grader learning about Cloud Computing.
Is the world taking Cloud Computing seriously? It better be.
Today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders. The fact that fifth graders and elementary school teachers are aware of Cloud Computing, and learning/teaching it, is probably the most strategic chasm that we have ever crossed and ever will.
And something even better happened as a result of this. I thought hard of how to tell a fifth grader what the benefits of Cloud Computing are, and I came up with an answer that, in a nutshell, says it all.
Cloud Computing helps people spend more time solving the problems they need to solve, and doing the things they have to do with computing, rather than thinking about the technology.