Posts Tagged ‘Speedlinks’

OnDemand Speed Links 28 April 2009

Are Cloud Computing Security Standards More Than an Afterthought? Good Article on CIO.com that talks about the nascent efforts on developing cloud computing security standards. What is Cloud Computing ?? What ISN’T cloud computing?? If you can skip past the marketing in the article,you will find one of the better definitions of Cloud Computing. Enterprise…

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OnDemand Speed Links 20 February 2009

SAP Acquires Coghead IP Dennis Howlett analyzes SAP acquisition of Cogheads Intellectual Property. Dennis opines that Caspio and Intuit are in the running for acquiring Cogheads customer base. Oracle Gains The Most From Amazon and IBM Deal Dennis Gardner’s interesting take on how Oracle comes out smelling like a rose with the recently announced IBM…

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OnDemand Speed Links Dec 21 2008

Twitter Becomes An Indispensable Business Tool Twitter is fast becoming a tool that businesses use for marketing, customer outreach, recruiting and customer support. Long Term View Of Web 2.0 Jeremy Liews views on how Web 2.0 companies will survive the current economic downturn. Appirio’s Top Ten 2009 Cloud Predictions Although Crystal Ball “Next Year” predictions are usually…

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OnDemand Speed Links Aug 22 2008

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…

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OnDemand Speed Links Jul 16 2008

Workday Signing Large SaaS Clients Evidence is starting to mount that SaaS is becoming more accepted within large Fortune 2000 companies. Workday; in particular, is a good case study as Dave Duffield’s company was architected from Day One as a SaaS provider ; like Salesforce.com and Netsuite, and is not attempting to switch gears like…

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OnDemand Speed Links Jun 19 2008

Recent Coverage from Enterprise 2.0 Conference Continuing Topix coverage and feedback from last weeks Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston. SMB’s slow to adopt Software as a Service Wall Street journal article from Roger Cheng that indicates that Small Businesses have been slow to adopt Hosted software. Churchill Club Session on adapting Web 2.0 in Enterprise…

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