Day two of Atmosphere was a slightly more involved event for me, as I ran a couple of workshop sessions on how we went about delivering Google Apps into Imagination.
I was preceded by a demo of ChromeOS. Joking before with Xen (product demonstrator and stuntman), it promised to be the most uninteresting demonstration in history: ChromeOS – a browser where the close button is the off button.
In fact, it turned out slightly less dull than I'd expected: a very strong security story, and the ability to have applications snap ins. It will be interesting to see where Chrome goes, especially as Tablet or Slate seems to be the a la mode form factor.
The workshops were good fun – if you were there, I hope you enjoyed them, and feel free to leave feedback either on the Reader Feedback form (linked left) or via LinkedIn or Twitter. Likewise for any questions you may have.
Back home by 6 pm, and some time with family. A great couple of days. Looking forward to the next UK CIO event, which takes place in London in April.

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