10 Cloud Twitter Accounts to follow

In Cloud by Jake, Marketing6 Comments


You’re on Twitter but wondering which accounts can actually give you good, Cloud related content. We hear you.

See below, what we consider, 10 great accounts to follow. Feel free to disagree or suggest some accounts below:

Simon Porter

@simonlporter – IBM Vice President for #SMB in Europe. Follow me for insights into how #IBM and IBM Partners bring value with #IT,#cloud and #analytics. Views are my own

Microsoft Cloud

@MSCloud – Flexible. Agile. Responsive. Hybrid infrastructure. Simplified management. Cloud for everyone. On every device. News and more.

Amazon Web Services

@awscloud – Official Twitter Feed for Amazon Web Services. New to the cloud? Start here: aws.amazon.com/what-is-cloud-computing/

Jen Underwood

@idigdata – Technical analytics enthusiast that enjoys keeping a pulse on technology markets while digging into data. Love data, dev, analytics, animals and nature.

David Linthicum

@DavidLinthicum – Cloud Computing visionary. CTO, CEO, executive, blogger, speaker, author, and consultant with @cloudtp.

Brandon Butler

@BButlerNWW – Senior Editor covering cloud computing at IDG’s http://NetworkWorld.com & author of Cloud Chronicles blog Email BButler@nww.com Personal account: @BrandonButler1

Christian Verstraete

@christianve – Chief Technologist for Cloud Solutions, HP, blogger, speaker, loves photography and culture, for ever curious and creative

Gregor Petri

@GregorPetri – Gartner Analyst covering Cloud Computing and Digital Strategies, but these are my own opinions (and re-tweets of others).

Jeff Kaplan

@thinkstrategies – Cloud Computing, SaaS, Managed Services & Internet of Things (IoT) Guru Serving IT/Business Decision-Makers, IT Solution Providers and Investors since 2001.

GoogleCloudPlatform

@googlecloud – Building tools for modern applications, making developers more productive, and giving you the power to build on Google’s computing infrastructure.

 

Have we missed out some important ones? Comment below.


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Written by Jake Chody | Marketing Manager, RedPixie | Follow Jake on Twitter | See his LinkedIn Profile


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      Jake, Marketing

      Kenneth – We’ll try and get you on the next one 🙂

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      Jake, Marketing

      Hi Ian, this may be an oversight on my side, you’ll definitely be on our next list!

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