Celebrating more than 4 Billion mobile devices in the world cannot let us stay still in our views of the mobile Internet. It has dramatically changed the consumer behavior but is also making its way in the enterprise. It has many consequences for us marketers, application developers and executives in charge or impacting enterprise information … Continue reading Enterprise 2.0 is going mobile fast
2009 IT Trends: can community based IT services on the cloud help?
As 2009 sets itself to unfold, major IT trends are starting to shape our future.In a nutshell we should be watching:Green ITExpense CuttingCloud ComputingVirtualizationMobile ComputingSOA/WOALeaning ArchitectureSocial Software, Enterprise 2.0 and Communities It's going to be tough and only those who can go beyond their fears and control it will be able to seize opportunities in … Continue reading 2009 IT Trends: can community based IT services on the cloud help?
What are the key forces driving to Enterprise 2.0 transformation?
Tectonic forces displacing enterprise applications boundaries are very diverse, I don’t pretend to be exhaustive here, but I’d like to highlight the ones having in my opinion a significant impact: Ubiquitous good quality (bandwidth) web access – check broadband stats – encouraging employees mobility Web crazy expansion (5.5M new users per week, 1.3B Internet users … Continue reading What are the key forces driving to Enterprise 2.0 transformation?
Software on tap: SaaS and ASP are really not the same
I launched MS Word today, it's 24 years old! Don't you have enough? Don't you think time has come for a new software paradigm. Do you like Word? What do you do in e-mail then? This industry has come to a conclusion that software could very well migrate to it's editor servers. It started with … Continue reading Software on tap: SaaS and ASP are really not the same
Who needs a PC? HP acquires Neoware for its thin Linux client technology
Intelligence seems to take place on the network these days. What about this amazing breaking news of HP acquiring Neoware for $16.25 per share i.e. $214 million announced today. Check out the news.It strikes me as HP is the leading vendor in PCs and yet they place their bet on a thin client, but a … Continue reading Who needs a PC? HP acquires Neoware for its thin Linux client technology