If cloud computing was an alcoholic drink, which one would it be? We asked five technology business leaders. This is what they said.
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“It would have to be beer, because everybody drinks it.”
- Steve Shelley, vice president modular solutions Asia Pacific, Emerson Network Power
“Rocket Fuel — because we’re not quite sure what’s in it.”
- Anastasios Mangos, chief technology officer, NEC
“Vodka, because it doesn’t put on any weight.”
- Ian Raper, regional vice president Australia and New Zealand, Riverbed Technology
“It would be every alcoholic beverage known to man because the term itself means everything.”
- Duncan Bennet, vice president and managing director ANZ, VMWare
“It’s clearly a rusty nail. It’s that first smooth bit of Drambuie, but every now and then there’s a bite of scotch underneath.”
- David Hanrahan, general manager cloud services, Dimension Data
All possible options the next time you need to liven up a cloud computing presentation.