All items for May, 2007
Back in the 1990s Bill Gates said the company that would eventually beat Microsoft probably had yet to be founded, by which he meant that Microsoft was in such a strong position that only something truly disruptive — a whole new business — would have a chance to unseat Redmond. Some people think the company Bill was describing back then might be Google. I don’t know if that’s the case or not, but it leads me to ask this question: If Google, itself, is to be eventually beaten by some other company, does THAT company yet exist? I don’t think so. But unlike the scenario envisioned by Gates, I have a pretty good idea where we’ll find the founders of that Google-beating start-up. I think they are working right now at Google. Read More . . .
Industrywide support for Microsoft unified communications software brings flexibility and cost savings to customers.
Cool report from Keystone Strategy comparing Microsoft Dynamics and SAP from customers’ view. Via Stefano.
Sales Proposals 2007: Creating winning proposals requires a sales team to rapidly evaluate each opportunity, manage complex documents, coordinate work among multiple contributors, access standardized content, and archive completed proposals. A proposals management solution built on the 2007 Microsoft Office system uses Microsoft Office technologies such as Microsoft Office Groove 2007, Microsoft Office Communicator 2007, Microsoft Office Word 2007, Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007, and Microsoft SharePoint sites to provide these capabilities and enable teams to compose more winning proposals with greater speed, effectiveness, and quality.
As you might have noticed, I never updated my blog’s eninge for some reasons to Community Server, well… simply: didn’t like it and prefered to hold my old DotText Engine. Now Subtext which looks like more to DotText rather than Community Server is out which I’ll upgrade to it once I moved my website.
Tech Guru has now become 5 years, and I have to make some changes specially in it’s blogging engine. Who knows when, but it will be soon.
As of Web 2.0, you may find out what Enterprise 2.0 is all about here.