ASP expert reveals at a Singapore conference how ASPs are evolving a new generation of Internet-based, collaborative
SINGAPORE, 27 June 2000 - At the ASP World Asia 2000 conference held in Singapore, Phil Wainewright, founder
and managing editor of ASPnews.com, described how ASPs are pioneering an Internet-resident computing architecture
that heralds radical changes in the nature of software.
"ASPs and their customers are discovering that outsourcing applications to Internet-based data centers
is more than a relocation exercise. The Internet is creating an entirely new computing environment that demands
a fundamental change in the way software is designed and used," Wainewright said.
Internet Application Engines describes how ASPs, Internet trading exchanges and other dotcom ventures
are all migrating towards an emerging computing model called Internet-based collaborative computing.
ASPnews.com is accepting orders online for Internet Application Engines at a price of US$285, for delivery on
publication, 3 July 2000.
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Other titles by Wainewright available from the site include Anatomy of an ASP: Computing's New Genus
and Packaged Software Rental: The Net's Killer App.
ASPnews.com, part of internet.com's newly-launched ASP channel, is a Web destination for news and analysis about
the ASP industry.