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Connecting the Cloud, One Contact at a Time


Most businesses ultimately depend on personal connections. Business people would be lost if they couldn’t connect everyday with the contacts in their address book. And businesses wouldn’t function without the rich web of connections among their...
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SOA and Cloud Computing on the Rise of Gartner Hyp


ReadWriteWeb recently posted an interesting piece on a research showing that the Fastest Growing US Companies are Rapidly Adopting Social Media. What interested me the most was the Gartner Hype Curve for Emerging Technologies 2008 that was presented...
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An Application Marketplace Architecture


Recently I've been thinking about the increasing attention being paid to application marketplaces. My current conclusion is that there is a strong linkage between application marketplaces and the 4 forces of long tail software I described in my...
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In India, with Force(.com) !


The Tour de Force events across the globe continue to draw great attendance and interest from developers looking to build new SaaS applications. The event is yet to make its way to India but I have been traveling across India (Pune & Bangalore)...
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HP Rolling the Dice on Data Warehousing


Shortly after taking the helm of Hewlett-Packard in early 2005, Mark Hurd realized that, despite being one of the world's leading technology suppliers, HP had an embarrassing and crippling technology problem. There was no easy way for executives to...
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Esquire eInk Cover


The latest edition of Esquire Magazine hit the newstands today. What makes this one noteworthy is that it has an eInk display embedded in the...
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