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The Future of Software - You Decide

Hey, Nation, we're looking for help on ideas that would help improve the state of enterprise and desktop software. We're polling our readers, but also would love for additional help through this blog. So here's the question, and please post your answers below: As you look at the future of software, what ideal (but realistic) feature or features would you like to see built into either an enterprise or desktop application?

Hey, Nation, we're looking for help on ideas that would help improve the state of enterprise and desktop software. We're polling our readers, but also would love for additional help through this blog. So here's the question, and please post your answers below:

As you look at the future of software, what ideal (but realistic) feature or features would you like to see built into either an enterprise or desktop application?

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