Alan Priestley Cloud Builders

<p>I'm a multi-year Intel veteran, and currently hold the role of Strategic Marketing Director within EMEA. </p> <p></p> <p></p> <p>My time with Intel began with a role supporting all the PC design accounts in the UK - back in the days when the i286 was the latest and greatest processor on the Intel roadmap. Since then, I've moved through various technical and product marketing roles, including being responsible for launching the Xeon processor product line in EMEA and managing the Itanium program office. </p> <p></p> <p></p> <p>At present, I'm responsible for Intel's high-end server business and Cloud Marketing strategy in EMEA. This puts me at the hub of major developments in both server technology, and the cloud ecosystem it's powering. I'm now very involved with the Intel Cloud Builders programme. </p>

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All change?

All change?

Every year there are a number of high-profile IT events which capture the imagination. I tend to think that along with CES and Cebit, the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) is one of them.

published October 4, 2011 by

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Be Smart with Your Cloud Portfolio

Be Smart with Your Cloud Portfolio

I’m beginning to think that the cloud computing discussion is, for most people, more about ‘when and what’ conversations than ‘will it happen’. But let’s not underestimate that ‘when to do it’ and ‘what will it be’ are two of the most challenging questions in the widespread establishment of cloud computing.

published September 12, 2011 by

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There’s a Data Centre Behind the Cloud

There’s a Data Centre Behind the Cloud

It’s only within the last half decade that the design, construction and operation of data centres has became a widely-understood discipline. Many would argue that operational efficiency, metrics and accreditation, while gaining an increasing profile, still have ground to cover.

published August 3, 2011 by

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