What a pivotal year in our industry! Mobile, Cloud and Social making new leaders

What a pivotal year in our industry! Let's face it, IT has been attesting more evidences that its tectonic forces at work did let emerge new leaders and previous ones fade.Mobile: now at the core of IT, Apple and Samsung getting much of the coverage and dominating the smartphone market - surpassing now regular phones … Continue reading What a pivotal year in our industry! Mobile, Cloud and Social making new leaders

Natural User Interfaces with Physiological Sensing | TechFest 2010 | Channel 9

Natural User Interfaces with Physiological Sensing | TechFest 2010 | Channel 9Some interesting demos of future mobile UI that are very promising

We’re moving from Desktop to Webtop

"Microsoft and IBM executives Wednesday admitted feeling heat from Google now that the Web search giant is trying to make inroads into the enterprise market with its hosted suite of communication and collaboration tools." says NetworkWorld.Desktop productivity suites -- i.e. Microsoft and Open Office -- are beginning to appear as legacy apps for younger internet … Continue reading We’re moving from Desktop to Webtop

Google Gears: last mile to a 100% web based application world?

In a meeting recently, in my new job at Sage, we were discussing with R&D about the client model in our new world. Interesting debate among specialists that are seeing the world through RIA (Rich Internet Application), RDA (Rich Desktop Application) and the fading 100% HTML or client/server models. It clearly shows we've been moving … Continue reading Google Gears: last mile to a 100% web based application world?

Microsoft finally strikes back

Even on holidays, I could not escape the news: Microsoft finally made its mind on how to enter the $125 billion Advertising Market, they acquired aQuantive on May 18th for $6 billion.Interestingly enough, not only do they acquire one of the most powerful web media buyer but they also acquire web design services through its … Continue reading Microsoft finally strikes back