Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Happy Holidays from Enterprise3

We will be taking some much needed time off for the holidays. We'd like to thank you for your readership and we encourage you to check back with us next year for more innovative thought, perspective and news surrounding the world of Enterprise.

We wish you a joyous holiday season!

Monday, December 22, 2008

Google's Native Client

Google's Native Client (a new open-source technology designed to complement JavaScript, Microsoft Silverlight, Adobe AIR and Flash) is geared to address the security issues inherent in leveraging native computer code in application development, helping Google bridge the performance gap between Web and desktop applications.

We see that the future will be about computers that are "clients" - pretty basic computers with small or non-existant local storage, plugging into web apps--

Netbooks are seen as a first step to that... everyone will be using apps online, etc. etc.

Now that Google has Google docs and shareware, this is the next step--but will it work?

Check out eWeek's coverage here.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Understanding CLOUD Computing

CLOUD computing can be seen as:

Utility provisioned on-

We've covered this in the past, but I think its important to bring up and companies are searching for new ways to cut costs with enterprise computing. What do you think? A way that completely carries applicatons outside of the computer hardware--will this catch on? We'd love to hear your thoughts.

Angsuman Chakraborty's Enterprise Blog covered this as well, and the article can be seen in Ajax World Magazine.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Social Media Today: Getting Started with Enterprise Social Networking

A few great tips for starting an enterprise social networking system, thanks to headshift at Social Media Today.

Social reading and writing.

Social search and expertise location.

Social networking for collaboration.

Social networking for key client relationships.

Unified messaging.

Harnessing attention metadata.

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Friday, December 5, 2008

Barclaycard hails success of adverts across MSN portals

More than 4.6m unique users visited a Barclaycard website as part of a major push via Microsoft Advertising's first 'two-screen' takeover campaign.Barclaycard ran a major campaign to promote its contactless payment service for two weeks in November, using Microsoft Advertising's MSN Live fixed and mobile portals.The campaign was the first home page takeover across both portals and generated strong results for the brand. The site attracted 4.6m unique users and 102,000 played the related...

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