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David S. Linthicum is senior vice president of Cloud Technology Partners and an expert in complex distributed systems, including cloud computing, data integration, service oriented architecture (SOA), and big data systems. He has written more than 13 books on computing and has more than 3,000 published articles, as well as radio and TV appearances as a computing expert. In addition, David is a frequent keynote presenter at industry conferences, with over 500 presentations given in the last 20 years.
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posted in March 2007

SaaS at AJAX World… Not!

3/28/2007
I spoke about Rich Internet Applications (RIA) at Ajax World last week… great attendance, good speakers, good topics but no SaaS. Okay, a little SaaS. I think the SaaS players need to be serious about Ajax and RIA. Ajax is changing the Web. As true dynamic Web interfaces are taking the place of static, pump-and-pull HTML/HTTP, we're seeing a sea change in what users expect from Web sites and SaaS.

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Data Privacy: The Leading Roadblock to SaaS Adoption

3/23/2007
As larger organizations move toward SaaS, a few organizations are pushing back on this new model citing data privacy concerns. So, is data privacy a real issue? Or are IT managers reacting more to the lack of control than to data privacy? In my experience, organizations fall into three categories in their thinking about SaaS and data privacy.

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Enterprise Architecture Modeling... On Demand?

3/12/2007
I'm seeing a number of software products "SaaSifying" as software as a service becomes more accepted in enterprises. One of the most innovative is the EA WebModeler from Agilense. As explained by Steve Hunter, CTO, "EA WebModeler helps organizations understand, cost, plan, and execute enterprise change by enabling organizations to build an actionable model and plans of a future landscape."

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Could Mashups Be the Killer App for SaaS?

3/6/2007
Public Web APIs, such as those stood up by the likes of Google, let savvy developers take content and behavior from one SaaS and mash it together with another, thus forming a new custom application... The number and level of sophistication of mashups have grown... and this could be a new way to sell the value of SaaS. Here's why.

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