Dirty Clouds

A few years back the word cloud was being thrown around like it was going out of style.
People talk about public cloud, private cloud, personal cloud - all sorts of clouds.
Quite frankly it was cloud overload.
A bunch of IT companies at the time decided to get into the cloud space and make some money.
A typical company would buy a few servers, rent some space in the data center and start selling services to would be clients.

This month I've ran into a few of these scenarios with new clients.
It's not pretty what these providers have done.
Quite frankly they're dirty clouds.
Scratch that.  It's more like murky water.
And I so I'm off to help a client climb out of of their dirty cloud.

There's a lot of bad tech out there.

Isn't it time you got your tech right?