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In a new book, authors from SOA Software outline the business basics of application programming interfaces.
An argument for focusing cloud engagements to where they deliver the greatest value -- enhancing systems, and not as a new form of digital outsourcing.
The PaaS market is starting to take off, and may eventually catch up with Software as a Service and Infrastructure as a Service, says Gartner. But exactly is PaaS?
Service oriented architecture was designed to free applications from vendor lock-in and underlying technology. That vision needs to apply to cloud as well.
Who's afraid of the Big Bad Cloud? Up to a third of Amazon Web Services' customers may be large enterprises.
It's not a question of either/or with SOA and REST. It's a matter of how the two design approaches can be brought together.
It starts with a vision, and ends with a roadmap. In other words, it's just like any other significant technology pitch -- with a few new twists.
New Forrester report urges carrying over SOA practices into cloud projects.
One tech industry executive hired someone to slap him in the face every time his productivity lagged -- and it worked. Here's a less painful solution.
Some warn that software and online companies need to tread carefully in the hardware space, as it is fraught with peril.
Enterprise app stores actually have a lot of legal and organizational issues associated with sales or downloads not seen on the consumer side.
IDC Financial Insights' scathing report a reminder how even the best-laid BC plans may not quite be ready for the real world.
Business process management experts disagree on how much BPM can accomplish against hard-coded systems.
Three reasons BYOA may pay off for organizations.
Gartner predicts new role, 'chief digital officer,' who will guide the all-digital organization. But there's plenty of work for CIOs as well.
New survey of 800 IT and business leaders finds differences of opinion over who's behind innovation.
The 'Bring Your Own Device' trend is simply the latest vector to threaten corporate security, but there are remedies to these threats that will satisfy both IT and end users.
Within the next five years, there will be no 'cloud.' Just computing. Some will love it, others will fear it.
Can business processes be packaged up and offered as application programming interfaces? Many such services are now emerging.
From mobile development to Big Data specialists, formal certification is not a pre-requisite.