July 2010 Archives
Tuesday, 27th July 2010
As the social Web expands, it becomes continually easier for large corporations to communicate with their customers wherever they spend their time online. Facebook and Twitter have attracted big brands because that's where the customers are, but failing to use these services to their own unique potential is just as easy as setting up an account…
Augment Reality for the Enterprise - SAP Employee Unveils Prototype
SAP employee Timo Elliott has unveiled a prototype for an augmented reality business intelligence iPhone app. He emphasizes that it's a prototype, not a supported product. It's not available for download yet, but Elliott gives us a look at what an augmented enterprise could look like. Elliot released some proof-of-concept mock-ups on his blog…
Cloud Music Streams Your Music Collection From Google Docs
Rumor has it Google will be finally launching a cloud-based "Google Music" later this year, but if you can't wait that long, there's an alternative - Cloud Music. The iPhone app is surely not as full-featured or integrated as something we'd expect to see from Google or Apple, but for two bucks and a bit of ingenuity, it'll certainly do.
Startl Seeks Builders of Mobile Learning Apps
Interested in helping create the next generation of tech tools for teaching and learning? The education technology accelerator Startl is seeking entrepreneurs and designers interested in building innovative mobile applications for learning. Startl is accepting application now for its November 2010 Mobile Design Boost.
Weekly Poll: Is the Cloud Infrastructure Market Too Crowded?
We wrote last week about the state of the cloud services market and how crowded it is becoming. Cloud Bzz lists more than 30 providers. That includes companies that provide enterprise private clouds, public clouds and public sector clouds. John Treadway's take is that over the next few years there will be at most five or six companies that…