Software As A Service (SaaS)
By Chris Selland on November 19, 2010
I have seen at least a dozen of my smartest friends refer to Bill Gurley’s terrific post this week before I actually got around to reading it – which I finally did. My first thought upon reading it was of some recent discussions on StockTwits as well as among my Enterprise Irregulars colleagues, particularly in [...]
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By Chris Selland on June 23, 2010
Yesterday Salesforce publicly launched its widely-anticipated ‘Chatter’ enterprise social/collaboration platform – and the debate as to what companies will pay for it is already in full swing.
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By Chris Selland on June 3, 2010
This past weekend I ran the largest Memorial Day youth soccer tournament in the country – and ran it almost entirely online. This post describes some of the tools and technologies which helped our event to be a HUGE success.
By Brian Sommer on May 30, 2010
Skeptical CIOs need re-assuring from Cloud SaaS vendors – What are some of the questions they’re needing more guidance with?
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