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By Jevon MacDonald on August 27, 2010
Picking co-founders and early employees will always be one of the scariest things you do. Even as you are doing it for your 3rd, 4th, 5th of 15th time, you never feel like you are getting better at it, you just start to get a bit more paranoid and careful. There is however a certain […]
By Josh Greenbaum on August 26, 2010
Image via Wikipedia Fellow Enterprise Irregular Phil Wainright has commented on my recent post regarding multi-tenancy with a well-considered rebuttal that I believe deserves its own rebuttal in turn. Here it is: As someone old enough to remember the DEC Rainbow and other also-rans, I enjoyed the trip down memory lane. However, at the risk […]
By Phil Wainewright on August 26, 2010
If you believe the private cloud vendor spin that simply by including certain features in common you’ll capture all the advantages of cloud computing, you’re making the same mistake that enterprises made in the 1980s when they invested in DEC Rainbow PCs and IBM PS/2 Microchannel.
By Bob Warfield on August 26, 2010
Something about the “Golly gee whiz this innovation is great” tone of Alex Howard’s article about the NASA IT Summit really rubbed me the wrong way. It was probably that there wasn’t really innovation that had anything to do with NASA or space travel, despite NASA and Alex’s best efforts to make it seem wonderful. […]
By Phil Fersht on August 26, 2010
If you happened to be listening to National Public Radio yesterday afternoon, you would have heard an interesting discussion on the rise of homeshoring on their All Things Considered afternoon show
By Evangelos Simoudis on August 24, 2010
Last week I provided my notes on the SaaS workshop that was organized as part of the recent Pacific Crest technology conference in Vail. Today I’ll talk about online advertising which was another major theme at the conference. Online advertising continues to grow in spurts. Ad budgets remain volatile even though the presenters at the […]
By Michael Fauscette on August 24, 2010
Starting a little over five years ago, workday quietly went about the business of redefining ERP software. After spending a day with the team at its first ever analyst technology summit yesterday I have to say that they are not being quiet anymore and with good reason. The management team reads like a who’s who […]
By Michael Coté on August 24, 2010
The telco ecosystem is finally waking up to Microsoft’s great epiphany of the 80’s and 90’s: it’s all about developers.
By Vinnie Mirchandani on August 24, 2010
We run into each other at various industry conferences – a group of industry analysts, consultants and bloggers focused on enterprise software. Rarely though 20 of us are we in a room for a whole day – many of us have competitive business models, others honestly cannot stand each other. So, it is even more […]
By Zoli Erdos on August 24, 2010
Yesterday I was privileged to sit in a group of 20 or so analysts (many of them fellow Enterprise Irregulars) invited to Workday’s first ever Technology Summit. For short background, Workday’s original call to fame came from it’s Founder, Dave Duffield, an Enterprise Software Legend, who built PeopleSoft from nothing to a position of challenging […]
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