News & Commentary
Content tagged with Cloud posted in January 2008
Join Us For GridTalk With Futurist And Science-Fiction Writer Karl Schroeder
Commentary  |  1/31/2008  | 
Join us in Second Life and on the Internet Friday at noon Pacific time for a live Q&A with Karl Schroeder, a futures researcher, blogger at WorldChanging.com and science-fiction writer.
Enterprise Architects Must Plan for SaaS
Commentary  |  1/29/2008  | 
This week I'm speaking at the Open Group Enterprise Architecture Practitioners Conference in San Francisco. I did the Keynote presentation at the summer conference in Austin, Texas, and will be providing the Keynote at this conference as well. So, what does enterprise architecture have to do with SaaS? Plenty, and those who plan, work, and build their enterprise architectures today will ignore SaaS at their peril.
Actuate Launches Its First Web-Based Performance Management Software
News  |  1/21/2008  | 
Actuate OnPerformance includes many of the same features as the company's on-premise Performancesoft Suite.
BizAutomation.com Targets NetSuite in Small-Business CRM, ERP Market
News  |  1/21/2008  | 
The company expects to fill what it sees as a market void -- Web-based software that's affordable to small businesses with up to 50 employees.
Force.com Advances Development On-Demand
Commentary  |  1/21/2008  | 
As announced last week, Salesforce.com's Force.com Development-as-a-Service presents "a new set of development tools and APIs that enable enterprise developers to easily harness the promise of cloud computing."... This announcement is creating some excitement in the world of SaaS, SOA and application development.
Join Us For GridTalk Tuesday With Intel's Stephen Fischer
Commentary  |  1/7/2008  | 
Join us in Second Life or on the Web for a live talk with Intel's Stephen Fischer, senior principal engineer, Intel Corp. Fischer will talk about Intel's desktop processor strategy and technology, including the brand-new Penryn processor.

A Downside of SaaS: SaaScammers
Commentary  |  1/7/2008  | 
Some "SaaS" players are fly-by-night companies with all of the creditability of a porn site, and perhaps fewer scruples... Case in point, I needed to recover some files from a failing hard drive and I decided to SaaS-based recovery service a whirl... Not only did it not work, it blew up my system...
Intelligent Enterprise 2008 Editors' Choice Awards
News  |  1/2/2008  | 
Intelligent Enterprise unveils its take on 'The Dozen' most influential vendors that will drive the intelligent enterprise in 2008. Plus, we highlight 36 'Companies to Watch' in five categories.


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