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By Phil Wainewright on December 18, 2009
In my next few posts over the coming holiday period, I’m going to highlight some of the big themes that have been running through this blog over the past year, as well as flag up some important emerging trends that are going to be big in 2010. There are several stories I didn’t get the […]
By Michael Krigsman on December 18, 2009
Recent discussions have brought attention to the important and evolving role of governance in the world of service-oriented architecture (SOA). These issues are highly relevant to anyone who wants to understand deeper levels of social computing.
By Naomi Bloom on December 18, 2009
I can tell you a few things about aging. The best way to express my philosophy of aging is through the words of an unknown writer: Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, […]
By David Terrar on December 18, 2009
I recently mentioned Richard Messik’s great post castigating Cloud vendors on their jargon overload in the panel discussions at Softworld back in October. Over on AccountingWEB there has been some vigorous debate around the Cloud issues in discussion threads on whether accountants should be talking to their clients about Cloud Computing, the business case for SaaS, or the terminology itself. If you meander through the discussions I draw three conclusions:
There is plenty of confusion about…
By Jason Busch on December 18, 2009
In a column from last Friday, I provided some background details on the current state of Spend Matters as well as intimating what might be around the corner. To summarize, for those who missed it and don’t want to read the first installment in this s…
By Tom Raftery on December 18, 2009
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Welcome to this Friday’s Green numbers round-up!
IBM Reveals Five Innovations that Will Change Cities in the Next Five Years
IBM unveiled a list of innovations that have the potential to change how people live, work and play in cities around the globe over the next five to ten years: