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By Michael Krigsman on November 9, 2009
I chatted about enterprise issues and IT failure with Naomi Bloom and Nenshad Bardoliwalla, top enterprise experts willing to openly share what they know.
By Chris Selland on November 9, 2009
As I (and many others) have been speculating, Tech M&A is most definitely back.
$GOOG is, as expected, very active, acquiring mobile advertising provider AdMob for $750M as well as Voice over IP (VoIP) provider Gizmo5 for $30M. Neither acquisition opens up any new markets for the company, but deepens and doubles down their presence in mobile and [...]
By Jason Busch on November 9, 2009
In my first post examining attributes SAP perceives to be important in the making of a good implementation and technology partner, I noted a number of observations from SAP’s Zia Yusuf, EVP, Global Ecosystem & Partner Group, and ZDNet’s Brian Sommer….
By Jevon MacDonald on November 9, 2009
For the last few years the Enterprise 2.0 conference has had a startup launchpad competition, which is unique for an enterprise focused conference. Part of the reason for that may be that Enterprise 2.0 has relied heavily on innovations from startups to help develop the industry as a whole since 2006. The Launchpad is always my favorite part of the conference.
By Bob Warfield on November 9, 2009
Sameer Patel has an intriguing new post on the problems of E2.0 and its juxtapositioning versus Business Process. I wanted to comment, since Helpstream’s main claim to fame is the harmonious integration of Social and Business Process. That’s not the only thing we do, but it is pretty unique as Sameer’s post points out.
Process barfs [...]
Monday’s Musings: SaaS, SOA, Integration and How To Make A Peanut Butter And Jelly Sandwich In The Cloud
By R "Ray" Wang on November 9, 2009
Rapid SaaS Adoption Will Lead To A Repeat Of 1990’s Best Of Breed Integration Challenges
The proliferation and rapid adoption of SaaS solutions stems from 7 key benefits: richer user experience, rapid implementation, frequent cycles of innovation, minimal upgrade hassles, always on deployment, subscription pricing, and scalability (see Figure 1). Despite these benefits, organizations head full [...]
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By Zoli Erdos on November 9, 2009
I’ve said before: if you wanto to dazzle with your presentation, use Prezi. The Prezi team did to presentations what Google did to email: throw away all pre-existing notions, re-think why and how we use email (presentations) and build something from scratch. That’s how you get results that truly dazzle. Of course that brings up [...]
By Jason Busch on November 9, 2009
Earlier this fall at OpenWorld, Oracle unveiled a number of new product enhancements in the Spend Management arena. Among these, the press and analysts latched most onto Oracle’s announcement of an entirely new spend classification capability. But be…