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By Jeff Nolan on December 20, 2010
This quote in an article about Zynga blocking sales of stock through secondary markets caught my attention: As we have been consistently reporting on SecondShares, we believe we are now witnessing the emergence of a more liquid marketplace akin to how markets like the high yield market got started in earnest in the early 1990’s, [...]
By Phil Fersht on December 20, 2010
Gone are the days when CIOs demanded their shareholders underpin massive technology investments in ERP and infrastructure. Those investments have been made, and most CEOs intend never again to make capital outlays of that ilk on technology. Enter the …
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By Vinnie Mirchandani on December 20, 2010
Maybe I have been watching more TV recently, but tech vendors seem to be spending plenty on TV advertising – and I keep thinking as with pharmaceuticals, they need to spend at least 15 seconds on fine print. Like Verizon with its 4G LTE commercial below. The ad shows a man at a rural location. [...]
By Phil Wainewright on December 20, 2010
Some people say that it takes ten years to take a new operating system from concept to production-ready. It seems to me that the notion of the cloud as a single, global super-computer, now ten years old, is finally reaching maturity.