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By Krishnan Subramanian on November 16, 2012
On Tuesday, VMware’s CloudFoundry project announced the availability of CloudFoundry Core, a baseline to test if an application is compatible to CloudFoundry’s core open source release. The CloudFoundry Core is based on a set of components that forms the baseline for the definition of core. Right now, they have limited set of programming languages and […]
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By Jason M. Lemkin on November 16, 2012
There’s been one huge change in “entrepreneurship” IMHO over the past 10 years. >> No, it’s not that it’s cheaper than ever to do a start-up. That’s not even true. In the old days, when software came on a disk, or a CD-ROM, it was even cheaper. You didn’t even need a single server to […]
By Ben Kepes on November 16, 2012
As I’ve been talking to people around a particular interest area of mine – banking in the digital age – I’ve noticed an interesting cyclical progression. As digital technologies came to prominence in the 90’s, and banks looked for ways to cut costs and increase profits we saw a number
By Jacob Morgan on November 16, 2012
There are essentially four ways to go about implementing an enterprise collaboration initiative at any organization, each with their own challenges. The factors that control the four options are: the duration of the deployment and the scope of the deployment (length of time and how broad the deployment is i.e. across a department or enterprise). [...]
By Michael Krigsman on November 16, 2012
Cloud, social, and mobile computing have transformed the technology landscape. Here are tips to help you remain relevant in these changing times.