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More on Cloud Computing from Dion Hinchcliffe

Dion Hinchcliffe recently provide a comprehensive overview of the status of cloud computing for the enterprise in his post, Enterprise cloud computing gathers steam. It is a good article for spinning your knowledge up on what this trend means today.

Now thatís a Big PaaS Market


Prominent industry observers such as Dion Hinchcliffe, Phil Wainewright, and McKinsey have been busy lately discussing the rapidly evolving ďplatform as a serviceĒ offerings from companies such as salesforce.com, Amazon, and Google. One frequently...
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May the Force.com Be with You


There has been no lack of stories about Force.com , the new platform-as-a-service offering that Salesforce.com announced in 2007 and has been building on ever since. One analyst last week even went so far as to call Force.com a direct challenge...
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Where in the World is Appirio?


While I would like to claim that the reason this blog hasnít been updated since September is because the entire company has been out of the office solving world hunger, that isnít exactly true....
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Adobe Embraces the Cloud - Hazy Days Ahead for Microsoft?


Yesterday Adobe announced Acrobat.com - a new set of collaborative apps available online that allow users to create and share documents and PDFs, host web meetings and much more. The announcement received significant attention from the press and...
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SaaS: The (Data Center) Killer App


Build an IT shop without servers. Itís a novel idea, more a suggestion than a reality. But it is Ė albeit to the extreme ó the concept behind the long-past-budding Software as a Service (SaaS)...
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"Traditional software is like cocaine"


In a mind-numbing interview with ZDnet, Harry Debes, CEO of ERP vendor Lawson Software, demonstrates why the traditional enterprise software market is overdue for disruption. Debes' remarks show how little care and understanding legacy...
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