Posts Tagged ‘Cloud computing’

A View From The Channel – Part II

Guest blogger, Michelle Jones.  Vice President Global Channels & Alliances My last post addressed the need for software vendors and channel partners to adapt to changing market conditions, industry regulations, technology landscapes and ever-shifting customer requirements. My take of “adapt or be left behind” has proven true.  In the few short months since that post [...]

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What Facebook Can Teach Us About Data Privacy

Facebook is currently the world’s most popular web site, with more than 690 billion page views each month, according to metrics from Google’s DoubleClick service. Facebook currently accounts for about 9.5 percent of all Internet traffic, slightly more than Google, according to HitWise. Much has been said of Facebook’s infrastructure and its ability to keep millions of [...]

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Connecting People, Processes and Technology – A View From the Channel

Guest blogger, Michelle Jones.  Vice President, Global Channels & Alliances We’ve all seen and felt dramatic changes in market conditions, industry regulations and the technology landscape over the last year- and I’m sure there is more to come. Technology vendors, partners and our customers alike are impacted every day as a result of forces, good [...]

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To celebrate our 25th anniversary we interviewed our CEO, Bernd Seeburger

Bernd Seeburger An EDI veteran’s vision for success “From the garage to the boardroom” | Looking back over 25 years SEEBURGER has been successfully providing B2B integration solutions for 25 years, and as the founder of the company, you are seen as an EDI veteran. How do you explain the company’s success? “An EDI veteran [...]

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Cloud and EDI – The Ideal IT Mélange

Written by Ken Kinlock, November 25, 2010 Yes, cloud computing is a great “mélange” (mix) with EDI; We know what EDI is, so what is ”cloud computing”? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: “Cloud computing is Web-based processing, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices (such as smart phones) on [...]

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Will Core ERP Ever Move to the Cloud?

by Dennis Gaughan, Gartner Anlayst This week marks the one-year anniversary of Gartner’s acquisition of AMR Research. In many ways, I can’t believe an entire year has gone by; it’s gone very quickly. One of the striking differences between AMR past and Gartner present is just the “virtual-ness” of the workplace. Given that most AMR [...]

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SEEBURGER Positioned in Visionaries Quadrant for Application Infrastructure for Systematic Application Integration Projects

BRETTEN, GERMANY (November 10, 2010) — SEEBURGER AG announced today that it has been positioned in the Visionaries quadrant in Gartner’s just-published Magic Quadrant* titled “Magic Quadrant for Application Infrastructure for Systematic Application Integration Projects”, an analysis of application integration infrastructure vendors. The Magic Quadrant examines vendors whose products provide features that address the needs [...]

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CIOs May Get More Adventurous in Spending IT Bucks

By Erika Morphy E-Commerce Times 10/19/10 2:17 PM PT Growth in IT spending will be sluggish over the next few years, suggested Gartner, but companies will likely be more creative in making their investment decisions, becoming far more willing to spend on new technologies such as social network analysis, cloud computing and context-aware computing. Global [...]

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Is the SaaS experiment finally over?

Software as a service hasn’t had as big an impact as was once expected. Should developers take the hint? Software as a service (SaaS) has been one of the most important trends in software development in recent years, particularly for the small and midsized business markets. As the sales pitch goes, SaaS offers customers streamlined [...]

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