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posted in December 2008
Q&A: Amazon CTO Werner Vogels
Features  |  12/19/2008
InformationWeek's 2008 Chief of the Year discusses Web services architecture, cloud computing, and his changing role as CTO.
Chief Of The Year: Amazon CTO Werner Vogels
Features  |  12/18/2008
Amazon's external-facing CTO is helping to devise a cloud computing architecture with customer requirements built-in.
Startup Of The Week: Expresso
Features  |  12/18/2008
Expresso lets users share Excel files online with co-workers and business partners.
Workday Updates SaaS Offerings
News  |  12/15/2008
The updated human resources software as a service includes features for helping managers track the total cost of employees.
Top 10 Microsoft Stories Of 2008
News  |  12/12/2008
Having bid farewell to Bill Gates, Microsoft tempered its appetite for Yahoo, tweaked Vista, leapt into cloud computing, allowed a peek at Windows 7, and warmed up to open source.
Down To Business: Rumble In The Cloud: Salesforce Vs. Microsoft
Commentary  |  12/11/2008
Two distinct cultures, two different commercial priorities, but a similar message: Amid the economic downturn, the time is now for IT organizations to consider moving their IT resources into the cloud.
Open Source And SaaS Shake Up ECM
Features  |  12/11/2008
Alfresco and SpringCM are challenging the dominant deployment of proprietary, premises-based software.
Startup Of The Week: RightScale
Features  |  12/11/2008
IT pros need full-featured management tools to get cloud computing right. RightScale’s platform can be used to deploy and manage virtual servers in Amazon’s EC2 and other cloud services.
Sun Discloses Plans To Enter Cloud Computing
News  |  12/10/2008
To move into the cloud, Sun is phasing out its Network.com service, a computing utility based on its own data center where usage was charged by the hour.
Business Objects Enhances SaaS-Based BI Portfolio
News  |  12/10/2008
Data warehouse development environment and saleforce.com integration accelerator broaden Business Objects BI OnDemand.
Planview Launches SaaS Version Of Portfolio Management Suite
News  |  12/10/2008
The latest offering expands Planview's product line to 'pay-as-you-go SaaS.' The company also offers on-premise applications and will also provide hosting.
ExtraHop Eases Application Performance
News  |  12/8/2008
The company said its APM appliance gives administrators 10,000-foot to microscopic views of network applications on the same appliance.
Salesforce.com, Google Expand Partnership To Google App Engine
News  |  12/8/2008
The deal, which connects Google App Engine with the Force.com Web application platform, ramps up an already broad partnership between Google and Salesforce.
IBM Launches Microsoft-Free Linux PCs
News  |  12/5/2008
Big Blue's virtual desktop includes open source system and application software.
VMware Introduces Cloning In Virtual Desktops
News  |  12/2/2008
Cloning saves storage because only one image of an application is shared across multiple users, according to VMware.
Joost IPTV Comes To iPhone, iPod Touch
News  |  12/2/2008
Joost's global Web video service offers more than 46,000 videos -- including 18,000 music videos -- as well as 400 TV series and 1,200 movies and short films.
Panorama Taps Google Apps For Collaboration In Reporting
News  |  12/2/2008
Panaorma is using Google Apps' spreadsheets within NovaView SharedViews to make it possible for customers and partners to share reports by simply clicking on a button.
Amazon Opens SimpleDB To Unlimited Public Beta
News  |  12/1/2008
To help entice businesses to at least try out its cloud computing-integrated database service, Amazon is offering a free tier of usage for the next six months.


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