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SAP CEO Henning Kagermann may name replacement soon

The SAP CEO succession mystery may be coming to an end. The rumor is that current CEO Henning Kagermann, who's contract expires at the end of this year, will announce later this month his plan to vacate the position and announce a replacement.

February 14, 2007 by Dan Farber

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From semantic Web (3.0) to the WebOS (4.0)

Nova Spivack of Radar Networks maps out his view of the evolution of the Web over the next 25 years. Nova said he isn't sure about exact dates or technologies on the top end of the map, but his view of ten-year blocks to fully evolve each phase is realistic.

February 13, 2007 by Dan Farber

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The video Web industry

Read/WriteWeb inventories the online video universe, breaking it down into a somewhat comprehensive set of companies and categories--video sharing, intermediaries, video search, video eCommerce, video editing & creation, rich media advertising, P2P, video streaming and vlogosphere. It will be interesting to see which companies are around six months from now and what new companies have been spawned.

February 13, 2007 by Dan Farber

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The ABCs of two-factor authentication

Video: If you are confused about multifactor, strong authentication techniques, Dennis Hoffman, vice president of enterprise solutions at RSA, explains the basics in this whiteboard video, all in less than four minutes.

February 13, 2007 by Dan Farber

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Using Amazon Web services podcast

In a recent conversation on IT Conversations, Doug Kaye and Jeff Barr discuss Doug's sophisticated application built on top of Amazon Web services. The model offers considerable benefits to start-ups, but requires a different approach to the architecture.

February 13, 2007 by Phil Windley

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