Developing apps in private is so last-century. The advent of app stores points to a future when even enterprise apps will be developed and shared in public.
Software as Services
In the best-informed blog on software-as-a-service and on-demand business applications, Phil Wainewright cuts through the vendor spin, analyzes the trends to watch and adds his thought-provoking insights.
Since 1998, Phil Wainewright has been a thought leader in cloud computing as a blogger, analyst and consultant.
Democratization of IT is turning angry and will bring down enterprise leaders. Just be careful what you wish for.
Any ISV wanting to extend enterprise apps to mobile platforms will benefit from these five tips I gleaned from a full-day tech briefing with Workday in San Francisco today.
Huge posters announce social enterprise as the big theme of Salesforce.com's annual Dreamforce conference, taking place this week in San Francisco's South of Market district.
If you're happily married and a Facebook user, then don't click on the ad inviting you to 'make contact with friends'. My friend did and look what happened to him ...
Broadband Internet is supposed to be a utility -- many people even say it's a human right. But the providers don't see it that way when you move house.
A lightning strike last night knocked out servers at Amazon's only European data center and the provider has warned some of those affected face delays of up to two days before they get back online.
Lack of a proper governance strategy when adopting cloud applications and platforms is leaving enterprises with a mish-mash of SaaS silos and cloud islands, leading to poor data consistency and inadequate policy management and oversight.
In this guest post, French cloud evangelist Louis Naugès, co-founder of pioneering Google Apps reseller Revevol, dissects Microsoft's newly launched cloud apps suite, Office 365
The history of online document signature is a perfect microcosm of how processes evolve digitally. The third generation is when innovation really takes hold.