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Art Wittmann is a former editor for InformationWeek.
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posted in September 2007

Time To Ask The Hard Questions

9/27/2007
Managing centralized computing systems as it was done a decade ago is impossible or too expensive. We take a look at how companies are rethinking application architecture, data center design, and servers.

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Lessons From Demo

9/26/2007
This show was largely about applying Web 2.0 technology to solve interesting problems. In many cases, the interesting problems have been solved in other ways, though.

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Demo Day 1: Highlights

9/25/2007
Wow, I'm not sure it was the brightest idea to try to blog on each demo here. There's a lot of them, and six minutes isn't enough time, at least for me, to form a meaningful opinion about most of these companies. Here's a little recap after some further investigation.

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Demo Day 1

9/25/2007
Blogging from a live event is a new thing for me. What can I tell you during the event that couldn't possibly wait until the end of the day? Probably not much, but I've got a couple cups of coffee in me and I'm surrounded by people doing the same thing, so here goes...

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Greetings From Demo 2007 Fall

9/24/2007
I'm in San Diego where the fall Demo conference kicks off tonight. Demo is a unique event in the industry. Over the course of the next two days, 69 startup exhibitors will demonstrate their cool new software, service, or hardware -- or all three, in some cases. They'll all do it on one stage in front of a crowd of a few hundred journalists, VCs, and other industry movers and shakers. So how do they manage to run 69 demonstrations in two days on one stage? It's all about the elevator pitch.

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Pumped-Up Data Delivery

9/7/2007
We look at three aspects of information delivery, from network access control to data networks, including 3G networks, and the applications that use them.

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