Lynda Stadtmueller is program director for Cloud Computing Services research at Frost & Sullivan's Stratecast division, where she also oversees the Business Communication Services program. She has been covering cloud computing since 2008, focusing on Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service and virtualization. Her other areas of expertise include data centers, managed hosting and network services, eService portals and business continuity.
Stadtmueller has more than 20 years of experience in the telecom industry. Before joining Frost & Sullivan, she served in a number of leadership positions at AT&T and its ventures, and more recently served as senior vice president of marketing at Telwares Inc., a telecom expense management provider. She received a bachelor's degree from Duke University.
Contributions from Lynda Stadtmueller
- How virtualized data centers inhibit cloud adoption
- Making a cloud strategy more palatable to enterprises
- Churn risks rise as 'dabblers' don't see cloud benefits
- Companies using cloud computing just dabbling for now
- Cloud computing trends: Turn skeptics into believers
- Hybrid cloud: Bring your own definition?
- Why more cloud providers, MSPs lease data center space