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Unchaining CIOs From IT

A CIO explains how the move to cloud computing changed his job. Read More >

Larry Ellison Sounds Off on Cloud Computing

Oracle boss Larry Ellison lets loose on the misconceptions behind cloud computing, Reuters MediaFile blog reports. Read More >

Google Releases New Search Appliance for Business

Google says the new appliance can store 10 million files in a single box. Read More >

Embracing The Software Service Economy

The author of The End of Software and Seven says CIOs are in an ideal position to lead the next-generation businesses that can result from embracing new software service models. Read More >

Do Your Web 2.0 Efforts Work?

Web 2.0 apps can reveal communities of people who are interested in your business and your industry. If you don’t engage them, your competitors will. Read More >

CIOs Need to Embrace Web 2.0

CIO Insight video blogger Ed Cone says there's no time like the present to get on the Web 2.0 bandwagon. Ed relates a story about some people believing that Web 2.0 is all hype, but it's not, he argues. Some of the principles behind Web 2.0 are nothing new, but Web 2.0 has sparked a user revolution in rich Internet applications that is too compelling to ignore. Read More >

Everything Old Is New Again

The idea of reusable services is not new, and neither are collaboration and communities on the Internet. Read More >

The Future is About Information, Not Tech

Technology changes rapidly, but people change slowly and in unpredictable ways. Read More >

The Future of Software Finally Arrives

Software as a Service has moved into the mainstream, holding big implications for cloud computing. Read More >

Is Web 2.0 Too Much of a Good Thing?

Drowning workers in choices and overloading them with creativity-enhancing tools is no way to increase productivity. Read More >

Software Integration: The Next Generation

One CIO sees early successes in business continuity and staffing, thanks to cloud computing.   Read More >

Salesforce Adds Google E-Mail, Office Programs

SaaS leader integrates products with search giant's free tools.   Read More >

How Web 2.0 Can Reinvent Government

Innovation expert Anthony Williams says the Web offers the public sector tremendous opportunities to transform service delivery, make smarter policies, flatten silos and reinvigorate government.    Read More >

Oracle Takes on Salesforce.com

Expanded online offerings aimed at salespeople work with BlackBerries, Google and Yahoo sites.   Read More >

The Forecast for Cloud Computing

The promise of cloud computing goes far beyond simply providing software updates and dealing with growing server and storage requirements. It has the potential to transform the role of IT within the business.   Read More >

The Wisdom of Clouds

One CTO’s quest for answers about building large systems with low-cost commodity IT. Read More >

Try It, You`ll Like It

Web 2.0 applications must be experienced hands-on to be appreciated, but most CIOs don’t take the opportunity.
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Web 2.0: Too Good to Be True?

The benefits are clear, but the downfalls are becoming more evident.   Read More >

Why Enterprise Software Must Be Sexy

A brawl in the blogosphere raises serious questions about the future of business software. Read More >

Flipping the Big Switch

Readers respond to Nicholas Carr's latest musings on the future of IT. Read More >

Nicholas Carr: Why IT Will Change

The future of computing lies with the utility model, says the controversial author. And the implications may be profound.
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Customers Want More from Google Apps

Task management and full Calendar synchronization are among the requests. Read More >

Leveraging Web 2.0 to Recruit

At one time it was about big job boards, but recruiting now is about meeting the candidates where they are. Read More >

Web 2.0 `Changing Politics Forever`

Political strategists say social networking is opening the floodgates to a new generation of voters. Read More >

How Valuable is Business Intelligence to the Enterprise?

Just 26 percent of companies using business intelligence have five or more years' experience with the technology. Those new to BI should be encouraged by the success of those who've gone before. Read More >

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