Tag: SaaS


Das Posting basiert auf einem Artikel, den ich zum Launch von LotusLive 1.3 geschrieben habe. Für silicon.de hab ich diesen Beitrag überarbeitet und neutralisiert. Nach den Ankündigungen der vergangenen Wochen – von Office 365 bis LotusLive 3.1 – scheint klar: Der Cloud-Hype hat im Kielwasser von Google Apps den Arbeitsplatz erreicht. Welche Folgen das hat, […]


The convergence of multiple point technologies wireless, pervasive broadband, and online collaboration generates a whole new level of interactive applications. The heralded Web 2.0 revolution with its innovation in content (e.g., blogs, wikis, user editing and tagging), tools like search, and services like content hosting brings about a much larger opportunity to transfer the new […]


The convergence of multiple point technologies wireless, pervasive broadband, and online collaboration generates a whole new level of interactive applications. The heralded Web 2.0 revolution with its innovation in content (e.g., blogs, wikis, user editing and tagging), tools like search, and services like content hosting brings about a much larger opportunity to transfer the new […]


Even the Web itself has become a sort of ad hoc app store writ large in the cloud with thousands of SaaS applications available today that most enterprise users can acquire and use with little or no provisioning or support from IT. via enterpriseirregulars.com Interesting article by Dion Hinchcliffe. Will SOA, MashUps and SaaS lead […]


What is happening, unfortunately, is that Enterprise/Web 2.0 and cloud are becoming two separate initiatives within enterprises, when they should be very closely linked. Because the essential value that Enterprise/Web 2.0 is bringing into organizations is the ability to conduct business, connect all essential parties in transactions, and open up formerly clogged information channels is […]