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cbabcock
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1/4/2013 | 7:26:05 PM
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Good comment.."Businesses are turning from inside-out organizations to the reverse." And to do so, they will need to change the nature of internal business systems.That's why API building and API management are so important now to the modern enterprise. Charlie Babcock, InformationWeek
KBurger
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1/4/2013 | 4:10:36 PM
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The e-health and automotive tech trends also promise some big changes in the insurance industry. On the health side -- health insurers have always marketed to employers, direct-to-consumers is a relatively new trend with lots of systems implications. Automotive tech -- some are suggesting that self-driving cars, telematics, etc.will ultimately result in the end of auto insurance as we know it.
Laurianne
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1/3/2013 | 7:23:09 PM
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Re Microsoft, I don't think they had anything zowie to show off if they had done a keynote. Surface? Windows 8 tablets of the future? I think they had a lot to lose.
Laurianne McLaughlin
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lgarey@techweb.com
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1/3/2013 | 7:01:37 PM
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Here's my question: Do the Google Glasses include corrective lenses for those of us, well, age-challenged folks who need help reading our smartphone screens? If so, sign me up!

Seriously though, it does seem like gesture computing, ehealth and safer driving address an aging population. Maybe that's one of the next big things - an end to the sole focus on young people as tech consumers.

Lorna Garey, InformationWeek


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