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The wrong strategy, the wrong way: cold-calling your way to marketing, technical and business failure

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Do you think cold-calling still works? Trying to sell random stuff to random people on the phone is not exactly the most unobtrusive, effective or sophisticated strategy. It’s the kind of thing I would expect and advise especially technology companies to stay away from, for a number of reasons. This is an account of the […]

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Global and Mobile App Delivery in the Age of IT Consumerization. Part 3: Changes Going Forward and Analytics

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In the 3rd and concluding part of this series of posts on Gigaom’s webinar on Global and Mobile App Delivery in the Age of IT Consumerization, sponsored by Akamai, the last items in the webinar agenda are covered: changes going forward and the impact on analytics and BI. The webinar (now available on Vimeo and […]

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Global and Mobile App Delivery in the Age of IT Consumerization. Part 2: Impact and Delivery Enhancements

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Picking up from where we left off on the topics discussed in Gigaom webinar titled Global and Mobile App Delivery in the Age of IT Consumerization, sponsored by Akamai, this week we cover  the impact of consumerization, globalization, and mobility on application delivery and the prioritization of potential delivery enhancements. The webinar addressed the following […]

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Global and Mobile App Delivery in the Age of IT Consumerization. Part 1: Application Delivery Landscape

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Last week i had the chance to participate as a panelist in a Gigaom webinar titled Global and Mobile App Delivery in the Age of IT Consumerization, sponsored by Akamai. It was an interesting discussion, as it covered the topic from the points of view of the network and the data center, application development and […]

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Structure Data and the Competitive Landscape

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Structure Data 2014 was another excellent Gigaom event. To anyone who has ever been to one, this is no surprise. Here’s my pick of the most interesting sessions and related news. Intel and its Hadoop distribution strategy Strange as it may sound, Intel has its own Hadoop distribution. Or at least it did up to […]

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Unlikely PaaS alliances, strange offerings, and variable gauges

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Recently we’ve seen developments in PaaS offerings that may strike some as odd or surprising: first, RedHat offers Microsoft .Net and SQL Server as cloud services, and then Microsoft offers Oracle’s flagship database, WebLogic Server middleware and Java on its Azure platform as “license-included virtual machine images” in the Windows Azure Image Gallery. What’s this […]

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On APIs, JSON, Linked Data, attitude and opportunities

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I’ve been meaning to revisit some of the things i’ve been writing about and getting feedback on lately – APIs, the JSON vs. XML “non” debate and Linked Data. My focus was going to be on JSON-LD as the low-hanging fruit of Linked Data, and this week some news came out that gave me the […]

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Data modeling for APIs. Part 4: Linked Data and SPARQL

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Part 1: Seting the stage | Part 2: REST and JSON | Part 3: SOAP and XML | Part 4: Linked Data and SPARQL | Part 5: Modeling vs. Meta-Modeling In the 4th part of this series of posts we look at a different way of data modeling for APIs, one that is based on […]

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Indexing Hadoop: If it’s so simple, how come not everyone’s doing it?

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Is Hadoop really the best thing since sliced bread? You’d probably get this idea, if you have been talking to any of the (proliferating) Hadoop advocates /  vendors. Hadoop and its expanding ecosystem are being touted as the ideal solution to any organization’s data management needs – and admittedly, for good reason. Hadoop offers a […]

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Data modeling for APIs. Part 3: SOAP and XML

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Part 1: Seting the stage | Part 2: REST and JSON | Part 3: SOAP and XML | Part 4: Linked Data and SPARQL | Part 5: Modeling vs. Meta-Modeling In the third part of this series of posts we take a look at some of the details of data modeling for APIs using an […]

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