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SAP Hops On the On-Demand Bandwagon
Enterprise software maker enters the SaaS market with a new hybrid solution for enterprise customers.

High-Tech’s 2006 Crystal Ball makes some predictions for 2006 in the IT world.

Looking Back at 2005
Web services, on-demand software, Vista’s new look and virtualization’s impact on the industry — looks back at some of the top trends and stories that hit the IT world in 2005.

On-Demand Software Not a Total Solution
Salesforce CEO says customers are “hypnotized” by the Microsoft mystique.

Unmediated Media
Jeremy Allaire says the future of TV is on the Web.

SOA Vendors Make Moves
SOA Software and Amberpoint duke it out in the burgeoning space for distributed computing management software.

Gartner Predicts Key Tech Trends for 2006
Research firm identifies six trends that will shape the IT industry next year and beyond.

No Middling in IBM’s Master Plan
IBM unveils a few software options for helping customers master data management.

Leaky Strategy: Gates Memo Plugs Services Threat
Tech blogs were taking apart the selected leaks of a strategy memo out of Redmond as much as they were digesting what’s in it.

Open Source For The Next Generation
Software companies must anticipate what future IT pros will expect from software.

On The M&A; Radar: BI Software
Business intelligence could be next big area of M&A; activity in enterprise software area, according to Robert Frances Group.

A Nimbler Microsoft?
Distinct authority to division presidents under reorganization may help it move products more nimbly for the Internet age.

SOAs So Close, Yet So Far
Computing architecture experts from different organizations convene to discuss SOA momentum, or the lack thereof.

Software as a Service Seen Sprouting Legs
IDC research says companies like and Siebel are surging in a market that could surpass $10 billion by 2009.

Services, Not Products at Heart of IT
As IT organizations implement SOAs to become better service providers, there is a lot to learn from an industry segment already dedicated to this task, writes CIO Update columnist K.B. Chandrasekhar of Jamcracker.

Web Services Brightens Middleware Spotlight
IBM leads a middleware surge, which Gartner says will continue in 2005. The MS Office Killer
The scrappy on-demand software company wants to eat a big chunk of Microsoft’s lunch.

The 411 from 451: M&As; Tally $75B in Q1 2005
Private investment firms scorched the high-tech sector with torrid spending, led by the $11.3B bid for SunGuard.

If I Only Knew 7 Things…
What would perfect information about the trends that will affect business technology most over the next three to five years look like?

Will XP SP2 Break Windows Apps?
Service Pack 2 for Windows XP is supposed to dramatically reduce the chances of your PC succumbing to malicious code. Will it also cause problems for your day-to-day ‘benign’ code?


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