By James Governor on November 12, 2010
For now. So Bob Muglia said HTML is the only true cross platform runtime. Well, no crap. What – is Silverlight going to jump through Apple’s business model hoops like a trained dog? From a governance and investment perspective it is stating the obvious to say that HTML offers a cross platform deployment story that […]
By Merv Adrian on June 10, 2010
In April, I was critical of the BI messaging I heard from Microsoft – as told, it was long on benefit adjectives and short on architectural clarity. But things have changed since then, and the Combined Tech Ed/Business Intelligence Conference made that very clear. Do I see more clarity because I now know more of […]
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By Michael Coté on December 4, 2009
This week, it’s Silverlight 4, Azure, Google Gears “death,” Flash with Salesforce and RIM, and more. The full roster of Coté, Ryan Stewart, and Mike Downey are back for this one.