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Embracing Disruption: A Cloud Revolution Manifesto Paperback – May 28, 2013
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Top Customer Reviews
Embracing Disruption explains how disruptive technology and the Cloud have landed us in a new world where we must understand what's going on and protect our freedoms in order to live in a better, stronger, more expressive society. If you've had trouble following the news items about tech and privacy and Internet freedom, this is a really good place to start!
This book presents ideas that may be remembered, centuries from now, as the basis for public good as technology moves forward. I highly recommend this book.
Highly recommended that needs a quick debrief on current tech subjects. Points for the authors freedom of information and stance on intellectual property.
I'd recommend it to both technologists who want to open up their horizons, and normal people who want both retrospective and prospective views of our changing digital lives.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have already recommended to several friends. Educational and insightful for novices and experts alike! Quick, easy read that is well worth the time.Published on October 21, 2013 by EZ
This book presents complex ideas in a simple manner. I literally read this book 5 pages at a time and I have since reread it. Read morePublished on September 25, 2013 by Jeff Roth