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  SYS-CON Radio interviews Philip Adams, Director of Marketing for Jinfonet Software, Inc. Click here to listen {interview in MPG format} ... (more)

Virtualization is the Future of Enterprise Computing

SYS-CON's Virtualization Journal thought it was time to go in search of industry insights into this fast-growing new IT market, and so we asked some of its new and up-and-coming executives for their thoughts on some of the trends emerging already in 2008. When VMware’s long-awaited IPO took place in August of last year, its stock closed on the very first day up 76%. The company had brought in more than $700 million in revenue in 2006, and its timing was perfect. Founded in 1998, VMware is today still the 600-pound gorilla in the field of virtualization software. President, ... (more)

Web 3.0 and the Age of Intelligence

Often called the Semantic or Pervasive Web, Web 3.0 brings a level of artificial intelligence to transform the Internet from a searchable catalog to a personal guide that can reason in a human-like fashion and provide users with more services and options for social networks. This session will map out the world of Web 3.0, exploring the unique benefits for end users, as well as opportunities for businesses. Using specific examples, Jon Doyle will demonstrate how Web 3.0 will change the way users interact with the Web ­ from planning and booking an entire vacation to automatically ... (more)

Cloud Computing is...Difficult to Define in 140 Characters or Less

Enterprise software marketeer Christian Horak has been having fun with his Twitter network investigating whether it's possible to encapsulate "Cloud Computing" for the layman within Twitter's stringent 140-character limit. Responses so far include one from JP Morgenthal ("Cloud computing is...The big rental station in the sky") and another from Suresh Ramakrishnan ("Wherever you go, there your applications are!"). Sun's Chief Identity Solution Architect, Mark Dixon, came up with the very comprehensive "Cloud computing provides application, database, platform, storage, and computing... (more)

Cloud Computing: Dell Helps Businesses Reap its Full Value

What do salesforce.com, NetSuite, RightNow, Marketo, Taleo, Zuora, Coupa, NASDAQ and Web MD all have in common? They all rely on Dell Boomi's AtomSphere integration technology. Such leading SaaS players and enterprise customers, says Dell Boomi, rely on AtomSphere "to accelerate time to market, increase sales, and eliminate the headaches associated with integration." When the acquisition was announced in November 2010, Boomi president and CEO Bob Moul called it "a fantastic outcome" for his team, as well as for Boomi's customers and partners. "Dell gives us the global platform to... (more)