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Executive Profiles: Disruptive Tech Leaders In Cloud Computing – Rick Nucci, Dell Boomi

Welcome to an on-going series of interviews with the people behind the technologies in Cloud Computing.  The interviews  provide insightful points of view from a customer, industry, and vendor perspective.  A full list of interviewees can be found here. Rick Nucci – Co-Founder & CTO, Dell Boomi Biography Rick is the founder and CTO of […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on December 3, 2011

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Executive Profiles: Disruptive Tech Leaders In Social Business And Cloud Computing

Executive Profile Series Delivers The Inside View On Disruptive Technologies Starting this week, we’ll be kicking off an on-going series of interviews with the people behind the technologies in Cloud Computing and Social Business.  The interviews should provide insightful points of view from a customer, industry, and vendor perspective.  The transcript of the 30 minute […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on May 29, 2011

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Event Report: Dell’s Annual Analyst Conference Highlights Enterprise Software Future

Annual Analyst Conference Highlights The New Dell Strategy Dell held their annual analyst conference at The W Austin from May 3rd to May 4th, 2011.  The event featured multiple sessions including: Services and Solutions For The Vitual Era Data Center and Information Management – Trends & Business Issues – moderated by Brad Anderson Senior Vice […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on May 5, 2011

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Research Report: How SaaS Adoption Trends Show New Shifts In Technology Purchasing Power

SaaS Adoption Surveys Often Overlook Audience Composition Over the past year, analyst firms, tech media, and even mainstream business media have happily showcased positive news about SaaS adoption.  The common theme remains clear – SaaS adoption moves beyond the tipping point in 2010.  Cloud adoption will reach a tipping point in the next 12 months.  […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on June 21, 2010

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Thursday’s Disruptive Tech Showcase: SnapLogic Tackles Cloud/SaaS Integration Challenges

Demand For Complex Cloud/SaaS Based Integration Continues To Increase Organizations face a deluge of data from more and more new sources, especially in the Cloud.  Existing integration solutions often require expensive custom coding that’s purpose built; but rigid and disposable.  A change in business objects or swap out of new solutions often require brand new […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on April 22, 2010

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Tuesday’s Tip: 10 Cloud and SaaS Apps Strategies For 2010

Keep In Mind Basic Rules Still Apply Regardless Of Deployment Option The proliferation of SaaS solutions provides organizations with a myriad of sorely needed point and disruptive solutions.  Good news – business users can rapidly procure and deploy, while innovating with minimal budget and IT team constraints.  Bad news – users must depend more on […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on December 22, 2009

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Monday’s Musings: SaaS, SOA, Integration and How To Make A Peanut Butter And Jelly Sandwich In The Cloud

Rapid SaaS Adoption Will Lead To A Repeat Of 1990’s Best Of Breed Integration Challenges The proliferation and rapid adoption of SaaS solutions stems from 7 key benefits: richer user experience, rapid implementation, frequent cycles of innovation, minimal upgrade hassles, always on deployment, subscription pricing, and scalability (see Figure 1). Despite these benefits, organizations head […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on November 9, 2009

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Wednesday’s Whispers: Corporate Whispers and Monthly Market Trends – June 2009

CORPORATE WHISPERS AND MONTHLY MARKET TRENDS* Starting this month, we’ll be splitting the trends in Corporate Whispers from the People Whispers series.  Catch the latest monthly random thoughts, trend points, and corporate trends.  Hearing from twitterati, software execs, and industry experts about: User trends Recent win by SUSEN Software over SAP enhances validity of the […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on June 24, 2009

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Tuesday’s Tip: Now’s The Time To Consider SaaS Software Escrows

With 2009 rapidly becoming the “Year of SaaS” and the tipping point for Cloud Computing, it’s hard not to notice the growing number of SaaS start ups (along with the legacy application vendors rushing to provide an “On-Demand”, but not really multi-tenant deployment option).  My snarky SaaS bigotry aside, we can expect hybrid deployment options […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on June 2, 2009

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Speaking Engagement: Interop 2009 – SaaS Track – Honeymoon and Divorce: Changing SaaS Providers

TUESDAY MAY 19TH The Mandalay Bay Hotel, Las Vegas, NV 4:00 pm-5:00 pm Honeymoon and Divorce: Changing SaaS Providers Software-as-a-Service has taken the IT world by storm, offering turnkey application deployment and less management headaches. But IT’s job hasn’t vanished — it’s changed. From managing application sprawl to customizing SaaS portals, from monitoring performance to […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on March 26, 2009

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Tuesday’s Tip: SaaS – Integration Advice

Continued interest in software as a service (SaaS) stems from the pay as you go pricing, constant stream of innovation, rapid deployment options, and the ability to do an end run around IT.  As the number of options proliferate, enterprises will increasingly lean on SaaS as the mission critical system.  Thus, end users need an […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on October 28, 2008

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