Posts Tagged ‘Enterprise social software’

OnDemand Speed Links 16 February 2011

Is the timing ripe for Cloud Computing Capacity Marketplaces? The beta launch this week of SpotCloud; from Reuven Cohen’s firm Enomaly, is a first in terms of a company focusing on the trading of compute capacity. Although SpotCloud is first to market, I would expect many players in this space in the near future as…

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IBM Hosts Social Business Jam

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. During the event IBM partners, Subject Matter Experts, developers…

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OnDemand Speed Links 16 August 2010

Enterprise 2.0 Software Patents In a sign that Social Computing in the Enterprise is now going mainstream, Alexander Wolfe reviews 13 recent Enterprise 2.0 patent applications. CA Acquires Cloud Consulting Firm CA continues its acquisition strategy with the purchase of Silicon Valley based 4Base; one of the more established Cloud Consulting firms in the industry…

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OnDemand Speed Links 21 December 2009

E-Books in the Cloud Will the use of the cloud for storage of E-Books  lead to even greater adoption of cloud storage in the coming years? Enterprise 2.0 year in Review Dion Hincliffe posts an insightful review of Enterprise 2.0 in 2009. Practical SOA Applications Joe McKendrick has compiled 17 examples of SOA being put to…

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OnDemand Speed Links 28 October 2009

Amazon Launches Relational Database Service Amazon this week launched its Relational Database Service.(RDS) Amazon RDS is a MYSQL 5.1 database offering that will compete directly with Joyent’s recently announced MySQL Accelerator and indirectly (but not at an enterprise level) with Microsoft SQL Azure. Cloud Wars Begin Amazon also announced a 15% drop in pricing for…

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OnDemand Speed Links 29 September 2009

GSA launches Apps.Gov The General Services Administration has launched the long awaited Apps.Gov site. Intended as a one stop shop for US government agencies keen on getting into the cloud, the site lists vendor provided Social Media, Business, Productivity and IT Services applications. Are Washington Post’s Policies A Sign of The Future? The Washington Post’s…

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