By Michael Coté on July 22, 2010
A new mainframe that pulls in Unix and Linux servers – does it prevent enough IT mess to move from x86?
By Michael Coté on July 12, 2010
Microsoft expanded its cloud offerings today, answering the call for “private cloud.”
By Michael Coté on July 9, 2010
Syncing media and DRM.
By Michael Coté on July 1, 2010
IBM buys BigFix to fill out some white-space.
By Michael Coté on June 29, 2010
Helping carriers take advantage of selling apps instead of just voice and data.
By Michael Coté on June 22, 2010
With new cash and a SaaS IT Management offering in beta, Opscode has some interesting stuff going on.
Posted in Featured Posts, Technology / Software | Tagged automation, Citrix Online, Cloud, Collaborative IT Management, configuration management, google, model-driven automation, Open source, OpsCode, Opscode Platform, paglo, Puppet Labs, Quick Analysis, SaaS, software as a service, Systems Management, Windows 7
By Michael Coté on June 14, 2010
You’re helping companies send you better junk mail than ever.
Posted in Featured Posts, Trends & Concepts | Tagged ads, better junk mail, Collaborative, CRM, e2conf, enterprise software, marketing, Quick Analysis, Social CRM, The New Thing, you're just data | 1 Response
By Michael Coté on May 13, 2010
SAP’s acquisition target was said to be a head-scratcher. Sybase certainly makes you cock your head a tad.
By Michael Coté on April 28, 2010
Not exactly the “Java in the cloud” dream, but good looking nonetheless.
Posted in Featured Posts, Technology / Software | Tagged Cloud, Cloud Computing, Development Tools, enterprise software, force.com, Google AppEngine, ibm, Java, Java Virtual Machine, Quick Analysis, salesforce.com, vmforce, VMware | 1 Response
By Michael Coté on April 7, 2010
I’d gladly use an iPad everyday in addition to a real computer, but it’s too expensive to justify it.