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By Michael Fauscette on June 25, 2012
The much anticipated and highly rumored announcement finally hit the wires today. One of the biggest questions was where would the company reside in the Microsoft organization, a question that was also answered today, the Microsoft Office Division under Division President Kurt DelBene. Yammer will continue to be lead by founder / CEO David Sacks [...]
By Josh Greenbaum on June 25, 2012
I’ve spent the last few days test-driving a Samsung Slate PC running Windows 8, quite similar to the Surface Pro tablet that Microsoft announced this week, and it’s clear to me that the concept of a tablet that can run … Continue reading →
By Evangelos Simoudis on June 25, 2012
A few weeks ago I delivered a webinar on SaaS metrics, paying particular attention on the metrics that characterize breakout SaaS companies, and have continued to comment on the quarterly performance of Trident Capital’s SaaS portfolio, most recently here. In the webinar I had stated that breakout SaaS companies: Focus on the right prospects and [...]
By Michael Krigsman on June 25, 2012
An IT failure hits customers in the worst way possible.
By Zoli Erdos on June 25, 2012
It’s rare to see more than 3-4 Enterprise Irregulars together, unless it’s a major conference – but then we’re all focusing on business, barely having time for each other. Perhaps that will change, since Naomi Bloom made it her life mission to meet all of us in person in the next few years. So when [...]
By Sandy Kemsley on June 25, 2012
This year, almost all of my speaking engagements are related to social BPM. At Appian World in April, I gave a keynote on the impact of social technologies on the enterprise, particularly regarding social BPM, which Appian recorded and have made available on YouTube (it’s in several small pieces, likely due to YouTube’s publishing restrictions, [...]