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  • Web
    Report: Pure Open Source No Longer a Viable Business Model

    How do you make money if you give your software away for free? That's the classic question asked of Open Source software vendors and the expected reply is that they charge customers for software customization and support. That's not the way it works anymore, though, according to a report published...

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    Report: Enterprise 2.0 Apps Will Dramatically Fall in Price

    A new report by Forrester Research states that the market for collaboration and productivity web apps in the enterprise (a.k.a. enterprise 2.0) is set for a shake-up, with prices to fall in some cases by over half. Price drops will be especially sharp in blog, wikis, social networking and widgets....

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    Best Buy’s “Enterprise Twitter”

    IBM’s got BlueTwit. Oracle’s testing OraTweets. SAP’s experiments include ESME, SAP Talk (laconi.ca), ShoutIt and apparentlyothers. Yammer has an ad-hoc base at thousands of companies. But so far, no large corporation has rolled out microsharing company-wide.Enter Gary Koelling and Steve Bendt, Best Buy’s Senior Managers for Social Technology, and better...

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    Why Some Traditional Enterprise IT Vendors Are Scared of SaaS

    Some traditional enterprise IT vendors are selling the line that SaaS is a passing phase, that it is "old wine in new bottles". They are telling their market that SaaS is really no different from the discredited Web 1.0 Application Service Provider (ASP) model or even that it is simply...

  • Web
    Social Media for Business – Who’s Doing it Well & How

    Charlene Li, co-author of Groundswell, and former Forrester analyst, has recently launched her own company, the Altimeter Group.  This week, she gave a keynote at the Social Media Marketing Summit 2008, San Francisco. Known for her commitment to social media, and belief that marketing and advertising are fatally flawed, Li...

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    5 Big Data Center Trends For 2008

    The technology landscape is shifting. With the rise of cloud computing, there has been a renewed focus on what's happening in the datacenter. But it's not just consumer-grade web apps that are driving this shift - enterprises, too, are looking to virtualize their services and move applications off the desktop...

  • Web
    Patent Crisis and The Age of Open Source Ideas

    We live in an age when success of innovation is mixed with unprecedented failures. On one hand we're reinventing the web, fighting for a greener future and building genomix. On the other there are housing bubbles, credit crises and war. The technology patent crisis is important to our future. For...

  • Web
    Weekly Wrapup, 15-19 September 2008

    It's time for our weekly summary of Web Technology news, products and trends. This week we surveyed the leading online banking products and 10 recommended photo sharing sites. We also checked out a new 'deep web' search tool and reported on Joost's move to the browser. Our prediction question this...

  • Web
    Cisco Acquires Jabber (The Company, Not The Standard)

    Cisco announced today the acquisition of Jabber, Inc., a provider of presence and messaging software. It's important to note that Cisco has acquired the company called Jabber (jabber.com), not the open standard Jabber (jabber.org) which we have written about extensively in the past. The Jabber protocol, now called XMPP, is...

  • Web
    How Decoupled is The Innovation Economy From Rest of The Economy?

    What a week of market mayhem! How odd having that as the backdrop to the Web 2.0 Expo in New York. We have been sounding alerts about the economic backdrop to our world of innovation for nearly a year. Back in February we wrote that this is not our bubble....

  • Web
    The Era of Walled Gardens is Over; Yahoo Prepares to Open Up

    You are not the center of the universe, especially on the internet. That's the lesson that even the biggest web brands are learning fast, and we expect to see widespread cultural changes occur right along side their learning.One week after we wrote about the leaked screenshots that have since been...

  • Web
    Comparing Web Platforms

    It's great to hear that Marc Canter is writing a book, called 'How to build the Open Mesh'. He's been working for years on this vision with his product PeopleAggregator. He's just posted the four Appendices that conclude the book in his blog. It's a great overview of the major...

  • Web
    How Web Technology is Boosting Productivity in Organizations

    ReadWriteWeb is a partner with Defrag, a conference about web innovation. Defrag's Eric Norlin has lately been blogging about enterprises and organizations starting to move beyond mere 'cost containment' (although that's still a big driver) and into using web technologies to boost productivity. Eric points out that "taming the data"...

  • Web
    Welcome To The Mobile Web, Now Here Come The Viruses?

    Ever since our cell phones started shipping with web browsers built-in, security companies have been warning us about the threat of mobile viruses and malware. While this was likely just an attempt to broaden their reach by selling us anti-virus protection for our phones, some recent numbers make us wonder...

  • Web
    After Cuil, Blekko Will Be More Careful – But Does It Matter?

    My first post for ReadWriteWeb, just over 1 year ago, started with the premise that search was “game over”, that Google had won and the only space left was (re)search - what users do after the basic search.None of the search start-ups since then has made me change my mind....

  • Social
    SocialVibe Raises $100,000 For Charity

    In May, we discussed many different ways that social media could be used for social change. One company that has been using the medium for doing social good is SocialVibe. In the past, we described this company as "an online popularity contest that turns corporate advertising into money for charity."...

  • Entertainment
    What Startups Can Learn From Haruki Murakami

    I'm a big fan of Japanese writer Haruki Murakami. The genius of Murakami is in his discipline, focus and determination. I see him as a virtual Zen master - an embodiment of wisdom, passion, skills and exceptional will. The elements of his work and life story are inspirational and (here's...

  • Web
    Sisense – An Analytics Dashboard for Amazon S3 – 50 Invites

    Sisense, a company that specializes in intelligence software, has launched in private beta an analytic dashboard for the Amazon S3 platform. Normally, developers would have to go through a ton of logs that Amazon provides to make sense of data. Sisense aims to be the Google Analytics for Amazon S3...

  • Web
    ReadWriteWeb Integrates FriendFeed Into Our Comments

    2008 has seen a big change in the way the blogging community communicates with each other. In a nutshell, discussions have become very fragmented. There are two main reasons for this: firstly Twitter and its 140 character soundbites has become very popular among bloggers, and secondly FriendFeed has tipped as...

  • Web
    Amazon’s Bezos Invests in Twitter

    Twitter just announced yet another sum of funding, this including money from Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezo's fund Bezos Expeditions. The company says the money will be spent on building up its infrastructure and reliability to become the communications utility it needs to be before it can become profitable.Om Malik unearthed...

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