Profile of Fredric Paul
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Articles by Fredric Paul
posted in April 2008
"The Web is littered with dead wikis," admits SocialText CEO Eugene Lee. Here's how to make sure your wiki doesn't add to the junkpile.
How many times have you wished you could delete an email or instant message after you've sent it? BigString last week announced self-destructing IM to go along with its email protection products.
The search for space is a never-ending quest for many small and midsize firms. At last weekï¿¼s Web 2.0 Expo, ZoomProspector was giving out free beta access to its new service designed to help.
Today's rollout of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, the Microsoft-hosted version of its customer relations management software suite, represents a shot across the bow of arch-rivals Salesforce and Google in the Software as a Service (SaaS) space of functionality delivered on-demand from "the cloud."
Today's economic climate is all about uncertainty. On the one hand, outside of the housing/finance sector, many businesses seem to be doing just fine. On the other hand, everyone seems petrified that an unavoidable economic meltdown is hurtling toward us at warp speed.
Everyone keeps telling me that Macs are no longer more expensive than equivalent PCs, but I didn't believe it. I still don't, but you can decide for yourself.
What do Google Apps, Salesforce and Lava Lamps have in common? I'm not sure either, except that they all starred in a lavish lunch held this afternoon to announce the integration of the two on-demand software suites into a single "cloud computing" solution.
Is your company's Web site doing its job? Are you sure? What with the rise of Rich Internet Applications, AJAX, and other Web 2.0 technologies, how can you tell?
When you think of storage, you probably think of the need to save everything forever. Think again. The right way to think about storage is to figure out what's really worth saving, and what your company can afford to lose.
Even as telecommuting and teleworking gather steam in companies large and small, a growing backlash contends it's not always such a great idea, for companies or workers.
bMighty has just launched a cool new slide show laying out some of the top Bluetooth headset choices for folks in small and midsize companies. I wish I'd had that list when I was shopping for my own new headset.