On Sunday a big debate of enterprise software broke out. Can enterprise software be sexy? Robert Scoble kicked off the debate with a post noting that enterprise software isn't sexy.
- Michael Krigsman: Robert Scoble doesn't understand enterprise software.
- Nick Carr to Michael: Misunderstanding enterprise software.
- Michael to Nick: Nick Carr's enterprise software fantasy land
- Dennis Howlett: Enterprise apps not sexy?
- Dan Farber: Don't weep for underappreciated enterprise software. Joshua Greenbaum: SAP, Oracle, Babies, and Wonks: Competition, American-style
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