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.
By Krishnan Subramanian on November 12, 2012
Last week I attended the analyst event organized along with Workday Rising 2012 conference. Workday Rising is Workday’s (previous CloudAve coverage)(Disclosure: Workday is the sponsor of CloudAve and this is my own personal opinion but they paid for my travel and stay) user conference and it was their attempt to interact closely with their customers […]
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By Chirag Mehta on November 1, 2012
While in Brazil, describing his country, one of my friends said, “We have all the natural resources that we need to be a self-sufficient country and we have had no natural disasters such as earthquakes and hurricanes. The only disaster that we had: we …
By Michael Krigsman on October 29, 2012
CIO’s face significant challenges regardless of their skill, experience, and ability. Learn how to align with the business to drive innovation and transformation.
By Martijn Linssen on October 16, 2012
Olivier Blanchard made me do it. @martijnlinssen As far as I can tell, incompetence isn’t a driver of failure. It’s a driver of advancement. — Olivier Blanchard (@thebrandbuilder) October 16, 2012 And it is. Definition of advancement? Coming up soon. But this is the driver for most, if not all, of your life: work, […]
By Michael Krigsman on July 24, 2012
Although many claim to be influencers and thought leaders, relatively few have earned that particular honor. Here’s Dennis Moore’s list of enterprise software experts on whom you can rely and trust.
By Michael Krigsman on July 12, 2012
There are consultants out there who will take advantage of the client. Here are some tips to protect yourself.
By Michael Krigsman on July 6, 2012
Here are seven ideas to help you choose a professional services company for your cloud implementation.
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By Krishnan Subramanian on March 29, 2012
Box (previous CloudAve coverage), the enterprise software company formerly known as Box.net, yesterday announced Box OneCloud, their enterprise grade cloud platform to unify business information. With this announcement, they solved a major pain point experienced by the business users. They have also added some social features which will hep them fend off the competition from […]
By Krishnan Subramanian on February 2, 2012
Two days back IBM announced their plans to acquire Worklight, the Israel based mobile development platform, to beef up their enterprise mobile strategy. IBM realizes that in this era of BYOD/Consumerization of IT, they need to had a strong mobile strategy supporting various platforms. In fact, at the recent Lotusphere 2012 conference, IBM showcased their […]
By Krishnan Subramanian on January 25, 2012
Tibbr (previous CloudAve coverage), Tibco’s social tool competing with the likes of Chatter, released a new version, Tibbr 3.5 with two new features which makes the product pretty hot in the market. In fact, I have been pretty impressed with Tibbr by the time it came into the market. Unlike many companies who were totally clueless […]
By Chirag Mehta on January 19, 2012
The Beatles are timeless and so is music and enterprise software. There’s been an ongoing innovation in the music services. iTunes with iPods disrupted the traditional CD business model and in the ever connected cloud world Pandora, Spotify and countless others are challenging the very concept of “owning” music. Spotify gives you access to a […]
By Krishnan Subramanian on January 16, 2012
Abstract: In this position paper, we define the five core attributes of a modern enterprise cloud application which includes Simplicity, Cloud Scale Architecture, Open APIs, Mobile Platform Support and Social Awareness. We expect this definition to help organizations differentiate between a true cloud application from a cloud-washed application. Such an understanding will help enterprises to […]
By Krishnan Subramanian on January 12, 2012
Earlier this week I had a Tweetbate with few folks who have a soft corner for Microsoft products on whether Office 365 (previous CloudAve coverage), Microsoft’s cloud based productivity suite, is a credible player in the modern cloud business applications space. When I say modern cloud business applications, I expect them to have, at least, […]
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By Chirag Mehta on January 2, 2012
A few months back, I was helping a very large customer of ours to help simplify as well as automate their process of trading financial instruments. During one of my many visits to their office, I met a person who was trying to explain to me his job in supporting the people that are involved […]