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By Paul Miller on December 13, 2012
Hewlett Packard used its Discover event in Frankfurt last week to reassert the company’s cloud credentials. Public, private, hybrid; HP is painting pictures that encompass them all, whilst seeking to protect hardware revenues and reassure conservative executives at some of its largest and most profitable customers. But HP has been here before, making bold claims [...]
Posted in Featured Posts, Infrastructure, Open Source | Tagged cloud computing, dell, dell world, discover2012, Enterprise Computing, Frankfurt, hewlett packard, hp cloud, HP Discover, HPDiscover, hybrid cloud, michael dell, openstack, private cloud, public cloud, Service level agreement, sla, vmware
By Jason M. Lemkin on December 13, 2012
If you haven’t done a SaaS start-up before, it’s different. The reasons are many, but I think they can almost all be summed up in one key factor: SaaS compounds. What does this mean, that SaaS compounds? It means it’s really, really hard to get revenues going. You close a customer for $120 in annualized [...]
By Jacob Morgan on December 13, 2012
According to IDC the enterprise social software market was just shy of $800 million in 2011 which represented a growth of 40% when compare to the previous year and a growth of 100% when compared to 2009.
Posted in Application Software, Enterprise, Featured Posts | Tagged collaboration, customer collaboration, employee collaboration, enterprise collaboration vendors, enterprise social software market, social software 2011, social software vendors | 1 Response