Ann Winblad Says on IdeasProject.com that the Cloud Puts Everyone on the
Same Innovation Palette
Video interview with Winblad featured on IdeasProject, Nokia's new website, which helps users
find connections between thought leaders and their "big ideas" about the future of
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 23, 2009 -- Ann Winblad, respected software investment pioneer, says that by
moving technology from location-based servers to a virtual environment with almost universal access, the
opportunities for innovation increase exponentially. As a software funder exposed to breaking software trends,
Winblad envisions a future with100% presence on any device at any time.
A video interview with Winblad discussing the ability to have universal presence on any device is featured on
IdeasProject, a website developed by Nokia. IdeasProject is an online "information space" that provides a new
way to interact with thought leaders and their big ideas about the future of connected communications. For more
on Winblad's big idea, visit: http://www.ideasproject.com/idea_person.webui?id=3602
"Once you start moving technology into this common, virtual cloud, you effectively put everybody on the same
innovation palette," said Winblad. "One of the biggest future trends will be to have 100% presence on any device
at anytime giving individuals near limitless connectivity."
"As a software venture capitalist, Winblad funds the new technologies that power enterprises, gaming technology
and mobile environments," said Valerie Buckingham, Director of Technology Marketing, Nokia. "Winblad
points out how these industries are using the virtual cloud to create tools giving individuals and companies 24/7
presence. We look forward to featuring more of Winblad's provocative thoughts on the new software trends being
developed within the cloud on IdeasProject."
Over the next month, editors from the IdeasProject are featuring their favorite ideas as submitted by the public
and sending a Nokia N95 to the 'Big Thinker' who c