Top 10 Tech Investments For Your Business | bMighty.com

April 26th, 2009

"Although times are lean, many companies are finding that they can't afford to postpone IT investments that lead to increased security, efficiencies or revenues. Organizations also are trying to make sure they are prepared for growth when conditions improve, and enhancing their IT infrastructure is part of that process.

Interview: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos | GigaOM

June 17th, 2008

GigaOM Interview: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos - GigaOM

Nick Carr contends that for Amazon, running a cloud computing service is core to its business in a way that it isn't for, say, IBM, Sun, or HP. In a brief but illuminating video interview with Om Malik, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos underscores this point in describing the origins of Amazon Web Services.

Happy New Year! JPMorgan Predicts 2008 Will Be “Nothing But Net”

January 3rd, 2008

JPMorgan Predicts 2008 Will Be “Nothing But Net”

Some great stats and graphs for us all to use and get off to bright start.

 "JPMorgan’s Internet analyst Imran Khan and his team released a massive 312-page report this morning titled Nothing But Net that paints a bullish picture for the major Internet stocks (Google, Amazon, Yahoo, eBay, Expedia, Salesforce.

Divorcing SOA and Web services

July 10th, 2007

Divorcing SOA and Web services

An interesting take on defining and clarifying the related SOA and Web Services concepts:

 ".. the confusion rests upon certain subtleties that are not immediately obvious upon cursory inspection. As a result, it is not sufficient to simply yell definitions from treetops: "SOA is an approach to organizing IT resources to better meet the changing needs of the business!" "Web services are standards-based, contracted interfaces to software functionality and data!" After all, if it were simply about the respective definitions of the terms, the confusion would be long gone.

ACM Queue | Beyond Relational …

May 24th, 2005

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ACM Queue | Beyond Relational Databases | There is more to data access than SQL.: "History of Relational Databases

The number and variety of computing devices in the environment are increasing rapidly. Real computers are no longer tethered to desktops or locked in server rooms.