Buyers & Vendors Enterprise 2.0 Perspectives
Bernard Lunn has composed a 2 part kickoff series on Enterprise 2.0 in Read Write Web. Part One focuses on Enterprise 2.0 from the Buyers Perspective while Part Two focuses on Enterprise 2.0 from the vendors perspective. If Enterprise 2.0 startups followed even half of Bernard’s tips they could avoid the fate (the fate of no revenue) of many of their Web 2.0 brethren.
Selling Social Software To The Enterprise
Ben Yoskovitz; CEO and Founder of Montreal Based Standout Jobs, follows on to the Read Write Web articles with his tips on selling social software to the Enterprise. Ben’s tips on creating distribution channels and managing market perception are very important but often neglected by Enterprise 2.0 Startups.
The Semantic Web Has An Image Problem
Peter Sweeney waxes poetic about the Semantic Web’s branding and perception issues.
Is It Time for the Creation Of Cloud Computing Standards?
Reuven Cohen lays out a strong foundation for the creation of standards for Cloud Computing. I am a big fan of standards as SOA and Web Services did not take off until global standards were agreed upon.
USPTO Refuses Dell’s Cloud Computing Trademark Application
A collective sigh of relief was heard from the Cloud Computing industry last week when the USPTO reversed course and denied Dell’s initial attempt to trademark the term Cloud Computing.