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One of the major trends for 2009 will surely be cloud computing, also called SaaS (software as a service). In bad economic times, organizations have less money to spend, and even more pressing needed to do more with less. Usually... Read More..
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One of the more interesting and more discussed sessions at the IAP last week was Serena Software, which markets its solution as a "Business Mashup". The discussion in the audience reflected the fact that we were a mashup of BI,... Read More..
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Despite the advances in B2B integration technologies such as XML, a recent Forrester report by Ken Vollmer showed that EDI still accounts for 85-90% of B2B transactions. However, the growth projections of other forms of B2B including stateful and stateless... Read More..
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Yesterday Lombardi announced availability of Blueprint, its on-line process modeling tool designed for business people, and offered on a SaaS basis. Lombardi also announced process definition packages to accelerate the development and deployment of processes. I decided to hold off... Read More..
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I recently had an experience that made me acutely aware of the importance of the second "S" in Software as a Service (SaaS). When you do not own or control the software used for business operations, it is critically important... Read More..
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Industry trends and vendor spotlights from Beth Gold-Bernstein.

Beth Gold-Bernstein

Beth Gold-Bernstein is a recognized expert in integration technologies and SOA with over 20 years experience View more

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