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Accenture 1.0 - Still No SaaS Innovation


Traditional on-premise systems integrators like Accenture will embrace SaaS - at a snail's pace. We highlighted the macro level impact of SaaS on Global SIs in a February piece entitled Services 2.0 - A New World for Systems Integrators. This...
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Connecting the Cloud, One Contact at a Time


Most businesses ultimately depend on personal connections. Business people would be lost if they couldn’t connect everyday with the contacts in their address book. And businesses wouldn’t function without the rich web of connections among their...
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Send Notes to your Evernote Notebook from Twitter


You can now take notes in Evernote directly from Twitter. You can also view what people are saving into Evernote through a simple...
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What’s a Design Strategy look like?


Designers often talk about the results of their work, and even about the design process, but what we don’t often talk about is the careful framing of a project that allowed us to do the great work in the first place. When working with organizations...
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Single Question Interview: David Merrill of Tacola


If you’re not familiar with Siftables, watch the TED Talk. Peter Merholz: At TED, you demonstrated Siftables, small “smart” blocks that can interact with one another in interesting ways. What opportunities does Siftables provide in overcoming...
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Use of Mashups in the US Government


Federal Computer Week (FCW.com) recently published an interesting piece written by John Moore about the use of APIs and development of mashups for use by government managers. Titled "Getting on the same page", the 1200+ word article cites the...
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