By Brian Sommer on September 23, 2010
Cloud and integration technologies are changing the systems integrator landscape. A recent event by Appirio shows just how far and radical the changes are becoming.
By Phil Wainewright on August 20, 2010
Listen to my conversation with Shahab Kaviani, EVP of marketing and product marketing at HyperOffice, which provides an online suite of collaboration and productivity applications for small businesses. In this podcast, find out how small business use of online collaboration…
By Phil Wainewright on August 10, 2010
A French startup is helping enterprises migrate from Lotus Notes to the cloud by adding process integration to Google Apps.
By Phil Wainewright on August 9, 2010
When you think about cloud integration, the names that first spring to mind are all companies that specialize in data integration Boomi, Cast Iron, Pervasive, Informatica and others [disclosure: Boomi recently paid for me to write a product briefing]….
By Phil Wainewright on March 15, 2010
Google last week brought the spotlight back onto on-demand application marketplaces with its launch of the Google Apps Marketplace. Until the search and online advertising giant waded in, the territory had been a quiet backwater, dominated for the past few years by Salesforce.com’s AppExchange. It’s hard now to credit just how much excitement surrounded the […]
By Zoli Erdos on March 9, 2010
I’m at the Google Campfire One event where they’ve just announced the Google Apps Marketplace. The site is live now, feel free to browse. The speculation is now over, this is Google’s answer on whether they will enter the Business Applications market – they just did, with an entire ecosystem of Partners. The new Marketplace […]
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By Zoli Erdos on March 9, 2010
If you think I am here to spill the beans, you’re wrong. On a purely speculative level, if there is some news to come, and if there is an embargo related to it, then I respect that. And it’s all a big IF. So no, I am simply dusting off an old post I wrote […]
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By Phil Wainewright on February 15, 2010
It’s been a tumultuous couple of weeks in the world of collaboration software, with major initiatives from two leading vendors at opposite ends of the market spectrum. At the heavyweight end of the enterprise market, SAP released into beta its 12sprints collaborative decision-making tool. From the high-volume end of the individual consumer market, Google unveiled […]
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By Zoli Erdos on November 16, 2009
It’s less than two weeks ago that Microsoft let Don Dodge go, along with 5,000 other employees. He parted gracefully, then soon posted: Getting dumped by Microsoft was a life changing event…for the better. The future is very bright. The opportunities are amazing. Don probably set a World Record in the speed of getting a […]