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Intelligent Enterprise Top-Ten Blog Posts of 2008

What did you, the readers of Intelligent Enterprise, like most on this site in 2008? When it comes to our blogosphere, the three keys to popularity are controversy, controversy, controversy. Before we ring in the new, here's a list of our top-ten blog posts of 2008...

What did you, the readers of Intelligent Enterprise, like most on this site in 2008? When it comes to our weekly feature articles, practical how-to stories are most popular, and as you see from this year's top-ten list, favorite topics include business intelligence, data warehousing and business process management. As for the IE blogosphere, the three keys to popularity are controversy, controversy, controversy, whether it has to do with vendor support issues, analyst rankings, or notable acquisitions. Here's a list of our top-ten blog posts of 2008:Top-Ten Blog Posts of 2008
1. The SAP-Business Objects Support Blunder
[Note: Here's the follow-up on how this mess was addressed]
2. Gartner 2008 BI Magic Quadrant Plays it Safe
3. Is Apple's SproutCore RIA Half Baked?
4. BPMS and Gartner's Quadrant Problem
5. What the Microsoft-DatAllegro Deal Means for Customers, Vendors and BI
6. Who's Hot and Who's Not in BI, Analytics?
7. Teradata Has Acquired BI/DW Firm Claraview
8. Why Not Data Warehouse Appliances?
9. The Future of BPM at BEA/Oracle
10. Cognos 8.3: The Good, the Bad, the Reality

We'll do our best to keep you in tune with the controversies of 2009. On behalf of the entire crew of Intelligent Enterprise blogosphere contributors, have a happy and healthy New Year!

Doug Henschen Editor-in-ChiefWhat did you, the readers of Intelligent Enterprise, like most on this site in 2008? When it comes to our blogosphere, the three keys to popularity are controversy, controversy, controversy. Before we ring in the new, here's a list of our top-ten blog posts of 2008...

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