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I recently took part in my first Wi-Fi enabled flight (AA 387 STL — SAN) and, in addition to raving about the experience, I found it one of the better ways to make productive use of otherwise lost time. While the speed was reasonable, and better than I'd expected, there was a separate tier of experience that I encountered as a result of being a mobile user accessing Forrester's services and applications from 30,000 feet.
Now that summer is a distant memory, it’s time to get really busy. I know, I know, it didn’t feel like it slowed down.
Forrester provides further analysis of its upcoming Workforce Technographics data.
Forrester introduces its Workforce Technographics to ZDNet readers. What tools are Information Workers using?
Attention enterprises —Pop Quiz: If your favorite hosting provider launches a cloud service that supports VMware vSphere and is part of the VMware vCloud initative, are they providing you with the rich vCloud functionality VMware is touting at VMworld this week?The answer is no, because vCloud hasn’t been delivered yet and probably won’t be until the first half of 2010.
Forrester takes a look at what the announcement that Sony Vaio will come loaded with Google Chrome means for the Web browser business.
Xen.org, the open source community behind the leading IaaS cloud computing hypervisor finally made a bold move today by stepping up to the plate of delivering a complete open source virtual infrastructure for cloud platforms.
The moves made by Amazon Web Services LLC make it clear they are eager to get a hold of enterprise business.
What does TIBCO's acquisition of DataSynapse mean to application development organizations?