Archive for the 'Web 2.0' Category

6 SXSW Social Business Startups To Watch

March 28, 2011
Written by Ameed Taylor

The recently concluded 2011 SXSW Interactive had no shortage of startups launching in the Social Business space. 6 of the firms that should make a splash after SXSW with their Social Business applications include:

SpeakerMeter records audience Social Media reactions and feedback for presenters. Originally designed for use by conference speakers the SpeakerMeter team envision usage by educators, managers and others who value real time graphical feedback for their presentations.

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5 Lessons For Cloud Entrepreneurs

February 7, 2011
Written by Ameed Taylor

At a recent DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders session at the Stanford Technology Ventures program, CEO Aaron Levie discusses 5 lessons for technology (especially cloud) entrepreneurs.

IBM Hosts Social Business Jam

February 1, 2011
Written by Ameed Taylor

IBM launches its 3 day Social Business Jam on 8 February 2011. The Social Business Jam is a online business social media brainstorming event along the lines of IBM’s Innovation Jam and is one of a series of Jam Events that IBM sponsors throughout the year.

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OnDemand Speed Links 5 April 2010

April 5, 2010
Written by Ameed Taylor

Version 3 of the Cloud Computing Use Cases Published

The Cloud Computing Use Case Discussion Group has published Version 3 of the Cloud Computing Use Cases Series. Version 3 of the Series focuses on Security in the Cloud

China Is World’s Fastest Growing Software Market
Gartner Report that outlines how China will remain the worlds fastest growing Enterprise Software Market through 2013. Areas of high growth will include On Demand ERP and data integration soltions

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Salesforce Unveils Chatter At Dreamforce

November 18, 2009
Written by Ameed Taylor


Marc Benioff unveiled’s Chatter application on the opening day of the firm’s annual DreamForce conference in Moscone Center In San Francisco.

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OnDemand Speed Links 26 August 2009

August 26, 2009
Written by Ameed Taylor


Amazon Rolls Out Virtual Private Cloud
Amazon today introduced its Virtual Private Cloud Service. This service allows customers to connect resources within the AWS Cloud, to resources within their own your own datacenter using encrypted IPsec VPN connections

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