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posted in March 2008
Startup Of The Week: LogRhythm Makes Logs And Events Dance For IT
Features  |  3/26/2008
Log and event management are critical to security and network operations, and a must for compliance.
Qwaq Brings Virtual Worlds To Business Collaboration
Commentary  |  3/25/2008
I had a chance to talk with the CEO of Qwaq the other day. Qwaq makes virtual worlds software optimized for corporate meetings. If you've spent time in Second Life, you know the power of avatars and 3-D spaces to enhance conversations and collaboration. It's hard to explain to people who've never tried virtual worlds, but it's real. Qwaq is an attempt to tailor virtual worlds for business collaboration, adding features that businesses need and taking away features that are harmful.
CNN Creates Citizen Journalism Channels On Web, In Second Life
Commentary  |  3/24/2008
Budding Wolf Blitzers can bring their news reporting talents to the Web and Second Life using a citizen journalism program run by CNN. Reporters post video, photos, audio, and text reports to the beta iReport site, and have the news appear on the site unfiltered. The best contributions appear on CNN itself.
The Emerging SaaS-Only Enterprise
Commentary  |  3/19/2008
For some time I've been talking about the SaaS-only or SaaS-majority enterprise - a new or existing business that has most or all of its critical business applications-and data-delivered on-demand. This prospect scares the hell out of most IT shops, innovative organizations are finding huge benefits. Consider Shaklee's... Case in point is this eWeek article about Shaklee's strategic movement into the SaaS space, finding many opportunities to save money and time over traditional approaches.
Rosedale Out As Second Life CEO
Commentary  |  3/14/2008
Philip Rosedale, the co-founder of Second Life, is stepping aside as CEO of corporate parent Linden Lab, and the company will begin a search for a CEO with more operational and management experience. This could be great news for Second Life and its community -- the service is, in many ways, brilliant, but it often trips over its feet when trying to execute some of the functions that are basic to any business, like communicating with big customers and processing payments.
Considering the Web as a Platform
Commentary  |  3/12/2008
Back in the day, meaning 1995... cross-platform tools promised that you could write an application once and run it on any number of platforms. Most of them worked equally poorly on all platforms, and not many of those tools are around today... The Web marked the emergence of a new application platform that ran within browsers...
Visiting Roma In Second Life
Commentary  |  3/10/2008
Second Life's Aberystwyth Lane recently visited one of the best areas in Second Life: Roma, which is dedicated to role-playing the ancient Roman Empire. She posted a terrific photo essay, which highlights all the detail and creativity that went into the build.
When SaaS Means 'Services as a Service'
Commentary  |  3/4/2008
In the next era of SaaS, we have the opportunity to leverage discrete services for use within both SaaS-delivered and enterprise applications. These are typically Web services that provide a specific and narrow set of behaviors and data that are meant to become part of a larger application or composite. For instance, address-validation services, tax-rate-calculation services, stock-transaction services... This is the destination for the new Internet, and the next frontier for existing SaaS playe


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